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The word ‘Google’ has been widely embraced by the English speaking world as a de facto verb for internet searches. When you want to find something out online, you don’t search for it; you “google” it. But what about Microsoft’s rival search engine Bing? Over the past few days, I’ve been asking friends, family and co-workers to ‘Bing’ search queries for me. Here’s a transcription of some of their reactions…
Google recently updated its search results format, again moving the link for cached page access somewhere else. Now it hides in a convenient menu next to the page’s URL.
If you want to know the postcode for a given location, you can find it out with Australia Post’s search site or some quick Googling. But if you want to see how postcodes are constructed, the Australian Postcode Decoder offers a neat graphical representation.