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Lib Loop: Quotation marks key to successful internet searches

Livia Lewin
Lib Loop

Internet searches. We’ve all been doing them for what may seem like forever, and most of us consider ourselves pretty adept.

So here is a trick that may just make your internet searches even better. Use quotation marks around a phrase. “Lake Tahoe” will force the search engine to find those words in that exact order.

No longer will completely non-relevant results about the Chevy Tahoe stop you from finding what you seek. Improve the accuracy of your search power with quotation marks.

Incline Village Library

Thursday, July 27, at 11:15 a.m.: Toddler Time! Join us for stories, music, and movement. Best for children ages 18 months to 3 years old.

Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 4 p.m. Youth Art w/Sara L. Smith. A special story time featuring artist Sara L. Smith. Participants will enjoy a story and craft, featuring oil pastels and watercolors. The art will then be hung up in the Incline Village Library throughout the summer.

Tahoe City Library

Have you been participating in our Summer at your Library program? If so, don’t miss out on prizes and events. Prizes available through Aug. 19. Try to earn 750 points to have access to our golden ticket event on August 12.

Kings Beach Library

Tuesday, Aug. 1, from 10:30-11 a.m.: Preschool Story Time: Forest Friends. Please join us for books, songs, felt board, and fun!

Friday, Aug. 4, from 2-4 p.m. Bingo, water balloon toss, face painting, and more summer fun. Children of all ages are welcome.

Stop by for suggestions on hiking, biking, and kayaking!

Livia Lewin is the branch manager at the Tahoe City Library — 740 North Lake Blvd – downstairs, Tahoe City. She can be reached at 530-583-3382 or email at llewin@placer.ca.gov.


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