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This is an idea for a method of doing research on a web
Currently, I can highlight a row of text and right click
will allow me to search that text in google. I love this
but sometimes there are words I don't want in my search
between words that I do.
to be able to highlight longer pieces of text and
browser will pop up a list of combinations that probably
narrow down the search for me. I choose from the list
move forward. The complete highlight option is always
If theys were snakes yud be bit...
...bit romney, sees whut I did thar. That's puns y'all [4whom, May 03 2012]
and now for something completely different,
Although massively similar in intent and execution. [4whom, May 03 2012]
||MFD? (Apparently not so widely-known-to-exist)?
||Of course, if you are too half arsed to use either of the links (or the knowledge contained therein), with ya hi-faluting copy pasta. Than fuckyall...
||Please step away from the bar, sir.
||Yeshir, it hash, ave you so cerrectly pointed out, been set far too low...
||Always a Tea's Made; Never a tease?
||All revelry aside, links have not proven my idea to be
baked. That all sounds very cumbersome and tiring. I
want point and click searching that can provide
instant search options for a group of highlighted
text. I want the computer to work for *me*.
||I don't understand how the browser would pick
which words to remove. Do you just want
iterations over everything? You highlight a b c d,
the browser offers you a menu:
a b c d
a c d
a b d
(Assuming that if you wanted either of a or d
omitted, you could have just not selected them.)
||In practice, search engines are getting good at
leaving out stuff as people are getting worse at
removing it before the query.
Also in practice, to me, just typing the search
query I mean in
another window would be a lot faster than
highlighting and moving
the mouse to hit the specific subquery I want.
||I want to highlight that entire paragraph you just
wrote and get a
list of major combinations, yes. Trivial words
would be left out so:
highlight search query
search engines people practice
highlight mouse subquery
||So I can get interesting permutations to
investigate the present idea... Recursive logic