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From: Maggie White (mwhiteaz_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 21 2001 - 11:49:18 PDT

Hi, all,

I got this information from an online computer newsletter.

Q: Google's new features let you search for images and for newsgroup
           A: Google, already one of the best search engines on the Net,
has add some very
           useful new features.

           In addition to searching standard web pages, you can now use
Google to find images of
           virtually anything that you can think of!

           The next time you need a picture or an image for a homework
assignment, research
           paper, report or just want a new image for your Desktop, go
to and click on
           the 'Images' tab at the top.

           Newsgroups are a great source of information on virtually any
topic because they
           reflect the thoughts of hundreds of people. Use them to find
out what other people
           think of a vacation destination, a new car or your favorite
television program.

           Google now specifically indexes thousands of newsgroups and
allows you to search in
           them by using the 'Groups' tab.
           Answered by: Ken Colburn