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Saturday, May 05, 2007

G2P: Using Google to Find Shared Files

Power searchers might know all the obscure ways to find software, music, and ebooks using Google, but for the rest of us, a simpler alternative is always appreciated. G2P takes the P2P metaphor and applies it to Google: after all, making files publicly accessible on a website is a little like sharing files over P2P networks.

You can search for ringtones, albums, software, and music using G2P. Or, learn how to build your own customized searches by checking the search strings G2P puts together. For instance, G2P doesn't support searching for movies or videos in open directories, and it's fairly easy to change a few strings here or there to make video searches a snap.



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