How do you "google" to get the exact and focused answers/options for which you're
Seriously - I tried this afternoon, in an effort to solve a problem at work (with some useful logistical info), to find a simple, unambiguous "political map of Massachusetts".
The pages I got were nonsense - often circular - clicking just brings you back and forth between two or among three or maybe 4 pages. I even got something about Russia and Europe - on the first page!
This happens a lot.
What is the right way to use quotes (or not), order your search items, and or word them? It shouldn't be impossible to "Google" which towns surround you!
I would personally Google "Massachusetts political map." If that fails, as it so often does these days, I would Yahoo it. I'm getting really tired of the run-around Google has been giving in the last six months -- if I don't want to buy something, it's about impossible to find what I want on many terms.
if you're looking for a political map then best way i think would be to search through images, not web links.
The problem is what you think as a "poltical map" is actually about distribution of political party members, and the best place to find it, is look for the state's voter registration website, and check there.
I checked but I don't see anything obvious. You may want to write them:
Try the search on Bing.com - the results look pretty good to me. Although I'm not 100% sure what you need.
But as wychic said, more and more I'm finding Google pretty tiresome these days. I still use it, but I now use Bing too.
Yeh You can also use Yandex because it is very similar to the way Google used to be.
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