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Old 06-10-2015, 02:58 PM   #1
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New Google "Stuff"

If you've been seeing some new things when you go to Google or Chrome, this is the reason...

All the Important Stuff Google Announced at I/O 2015

...and Smart Lock... Google Password Manager

http://lifehacker.com/googles-new-sm...the-1710352668
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Here's the extended list of Google "Stuff"... About Google - Products

I haven't seen much discussion on this. While I just assume that everyone here uses Google Finance, and most of standard items, like voice, maps, drive, Picasa, and a dozen or so other common usages... have you tried blogger, or wallet, books, cloud, helpout, maps pro, keep or forms?

I am still exploring, but find myself using these products more and more, as it becomes second nature, to narrow down ways of finding or doing things.

Here's a "fer instance".... In Google Books, I found the Magazine section, and more precisely, Life Magazine... when you go to that page, it lists all of the Life Magazines, by decade. I went to the 1930's, and found the issue of "Life"... that was published on the week I was born... Then... page by page every item and the index for the articles. Like this:
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