Although we all use Google on a daily basis for quick searches, Google is trying out a new campaign to strength the search abilities of its users.
AGoogleADay works in three steps. Each day, Google presents a new question or inquiry. Today’s search topic is “If you were to drive from the world’s smallest country to the world’s second-smallest country, which two other countries would you have to drive through?”
You can either race the clock and search on a timed engine, or you can take your time and play around with the different features.
If you missed a day, you can search the calendar on the bottom of the page, which shows the recent 5 days worth of questions.
A Google A Day has been around for a few months already, but is finally garnering more attention in the media. The Atlantic online magazine mentions AGoogleADay in a recent article titled “Crazy: 90 Percent of People Don’t Know How to Use CTRL+F”
You are searching Deja Google – A wormhole inspired time machine that enables you to solve today’s puzzle spoiler free by searching the Internet as it existed before A Google a Day launched.
Go ahead and challenge your search skills. See what new facts you can learn. If you can master the intricate advanced search functions of Westlaw and Westlaw Next, A Google A Day should be a piece of cake.