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The most thorough and comprehensive guide to Google
Expand your world with the dozens of Google tools, applications, and services you'll find in this comprehensive book. Going well beyond the basics of search, this in-depth resource shows you how to access and apply every one of Google's features-things like Gmail, Google Maps, and SketchUp-while also explaining how to program Google, become a Froogle merchant, and much more. With thorough coverage, step-by-step instructions, and hundreds of tips and workarounds, it's what you need to succeed with Google.
About the Authors
Ted Coombs has written many books on computer programming, networking, and Internet applications, including Setting Up an Internet Site For Dummies. He works in the area of computer forensics. He also heads the effort of documenting world history at wikihistory.org. He lives and works in both Hawaii and the Netherlands.
Roderico DeLeon has authored several books on computer technology, networking and Internet applications, and a video game guide. He presently works as a computer applications and forensics consultant in Mexico City. His passion is tourism. When not in Mexico City, he travels the world while running the xtremetours.com travel site.