Using Internet Search Engines

This is one of those times when I could get downright artistic. I could describe the poetry-in-motion of a fast-moving flow of information streaming onto your computer monitor. How it aligns perfectly, with boldly marked headers. How it resembles a high-resolution television screen; and how it pulsates on the colored background, its data like a sunset drawing the attention of its unsuspecting operator. But enough of that. This is supposed to be a serious technical article for jewelers who want to surf the World Wide Web and not get trapped in it. Just the facts, ma'am. Here are the two most important facts: First, you'll find more information on the Internet if you learn to use a search engine. And properly using search engines will improve your research skills. Gentlemen, start your engines. The number of articles residing on the Internet exceeds the number of people residing on the
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