2 minutes long
- “Pancakes are amazing” – search for an exact match by using quotes
- jaguar speed -car – exclude words by using a minus sign
- “worst * ever” – asterisks can be placeholders for unknown words
- @techinsider – an @ in front of a word will search social media
- Alien OR Intel – use the word “OR” to combine searches
- computer $400 – the dollar sign can search for prices
- computer $400..$800 – combine with two periods to search a range of numbers
- site:businessinsider.com history – search a specific site by using “site:”
- related:ebay.com – or find related sites by using “related:”
- many of these can be combined – giving you the exact results you want
Tech Insider [YouTube channel] – published on Jun 7, 2017
9 minutes long – pause at 1:35
It’s not too hard if you think about it. Supposedly, this is or was a question given during interviews at Google.
by Tom Shillue – 4½ minutes long
Have you ever envied someone else’s success? Do you sometimes wish you had another person’s life? Well, comedian Tom Shillue explains why comparing yourself to other people will put you on the fast track to an unhappy life.
Published: Feb 13, 2017 by Prager University (prageru.com)➚
3⅚ minutes long – pause at 2:00
I gave up because it looked impossible. It is possible though.
This riddle’s solution is similar to the following one, the River Crossing Riddle. In both cases you seem to have to take back some of the progress you have made to finish the crossing task.
4⅓ minutes long – pause at 0:58
5⅕ minutes long – pause at 1:37
Not too hard, but it will take a while to solve.
So you think you can’t draw. This is fun to watch even if you don’t try to draw the characters. After showing the audience how to draw, he spoke about giving this seminar to a group he thought would have real physical trouble drawing, but, “They just got on with it.” – Steve
[YouTube] TEDx, 1-Apr-2015, 15:03 video
Why is it that so many people think they can’t draw? Where did we learn to believe that? Graham Shaw will shatter this illusion – quite literally – in a very practical way. He’ll demonstrate how the simple act of drawing has the power to make a positive difference in the world.