Sunday Poser # 120

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

How many times a day/ week you Google stuff?

Personally, I Google information all the time. It could be for my blog or my daily life. Recipes or innovative ways to make something new, are all there on Google.

I even find the reason for my various medical conditions on google. I needed a diet chart for post-stomach sleeve surgery and guess what? I found it on google, after asking two of my doctors for advice.

New words and phrases; Google

New poetic forms; Google

What will be the weather like; Google

I wonder how we managed when there was no internet?

What are the most common things you Google?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.

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71 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 120

    1. Oh yes, I love the ease of finding every information on Google. At least we get the basic idea and then we can look for more. When I was younger, we had a set of encyclopedias at home which we used for information

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  1. I use Google, Syllable counter, online dictionary… I get a free news service (actually two -though one I’d have to look up and use a password for). I also use other online info. Our new protection system sort of protects us from using some sites that they think are ‘gleaning’ information other ‘these’ sites shouldn’t have.

    One does need to be careful though and not take any service 100%, since false info is easy to put out.
    The one news ‘channel’ I get also posts (for lack of a better word) gossip. But one can choose the stories they go to. And there are certain ones I won’t follow if the link thing goes to a particular type of continuation.

    The internet is like any other tool. Sometimes it is sharp and other times dull. Just be safe ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. I mostly google “what rhymes with …” while writing poetry or “what word rhymes with x but is a synonym for y”

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