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Old 01-05-2005   #1
Chris Sherman
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Search Resolutions for 2005

I've made a number of new year resolutions that have some interesting parallels in both my lifestyle and my searching behavior.

1. Lose weight; ditch the Google toolbar.
2. Get more exercise; use multiple engines for every query.
3. Renew relationships with neglected friends and acquaintances; mine ancient bookmarks for forgotten gems.

I've written about these and other resolutions in today's SearchDay article, Search Resolutions for the New Year.

What search related resolutions do you all have for the coming year?
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Old 01-05-2005   #2
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My Search Resolution for 2005

Read my "Search Day" e-mails when I receive them each day instead of letting them pile up!
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Old 01-07-2005   #3
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ditch the Google toolbar.
I don't wanna go into withdrawal... I can't believe I actually surfed the net without my precious alexa and google toolbars.
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Old 01-08-2005   #4
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I don't wanna go into withdrawal... I can't believe I actually surfed the net without my precious alexa and google toolbars.
Well - dealing with the first resolution I ditched the Google tool-bar as well
as IE (when possible) and moved to FireFox with quirk (GPR + Alexa) extension.
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