Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Google Made Even Easier

“Accessible” means: “easy to deal with.” As if Google was not already easy, Google’s Accessible Search (I kid you not) is even easier.

Before I discovered “Google Accessible Web Search, web searching was an activity I seriously considered giving up altogether because I seemed to often end up in a mess of links that led to pages I had tremendous difficulty reading.

Google Labs Accessible Web Search for the Visually Impaired (to some degree, that’s about half the US population, isn’t it?) delivers clean, uncluttered search results that are easy to read, no sponsored links, and pages are ordered by site accessibility (easiest to deal with first).

I know it’s great for me, and having converted many to Google Accessible Search users, I think it could be better for everyone.

1 comment:

  1. Google has taken over my life, and I'm okay with that. Why? Because Google is the easiest, most intuitive and, quite frankly, the coolest e-giant out there. I use Accessible Search, Gmail, Google Maps, Google News, Google Shopping, Google Local, Google Video (aka YouTube), etc. Just last week, I plugged back in an old computer I had stopped using about a year ago, to find that it still had Yahoo set as its main online homepage. Oh the dark ages! It actually blew my mind, after only a year, that I used to use anything but Google. I'm a little hesitant about Google Chrome, however. It's probably just fear of the unknown.


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