A new definition of "Buyer Beware"Written by Jesse S. Somer
"Who's Suzie?" My wife Katrina had been acting strangely ever since I had returned home from my Native American cultural class, not to mention weird phone call I received just before I left, full of little pauses instead of our usual fast-paced communication. Now that I was home she had been pretty much ignoring me completely, then comes this strange question. Katrina was calm but I could tell there was something under her skin as she chopped up vegetables for night's dinner. "I don't know anyone named Suzie." I replied. "Well come to think of it, there's my old friend Peter's wife Suzie." My wife remained calm, " Do you want to tell me anything?" she replied. "There is nothing to tell Kat." Katrina was heating up; her trademark rosy cheeks had evolved to boiling teapot. Still however, no steam or whistle had been emitted from her pretty spout. She looked at me thoughtfully, "Well, I looked at your cell phone today. It seems you've been sending text messages to a woman named Suzie. I've read around thirty of her texts in archive; they're all like "I love you heaps" and "Thinking of you right now". Who is she Tom?" A strange feeling overcame me. Katrina seemed absolutely sure that I was guilty of something. Accused yet innocent, her eyes spoke of obvious evidence that was piled against me. The thing is, we were really having serious relationship problems at time, with many arguments and rarely seeing eye-to-eye. Katrina was on brink of tears and I simply didn't know what she was talking about. Looking down I could see cell phone gripped tightly in her hands. Funny, I hadn't thought about fact that I own two phones and she was holding one that I rarely use. A few months back I bought it off eBay as it is extremely small and I don't want to have to carry my big expensive "computer" phone on me when I am riding my mountain bike. It was actually my second 'extra' phone as my wife had killed first when she had put it through washing machine. "Are you talking about that phone Kat? Give me a look at it." She handed phone over reluctantly, as if it were evidence in a murder trial. I looked at messages and sure enough there were a whole bunch from someone named Suzie. Some of messages were quite raunchy indeed. Straight away I started to search for dates of archived messages, as they would surely prove my innocence. "Look Kat, dates of these messages were several months ago. I've only had phone for a couple months. They are obviously someone else's."
Effective Web Search with Google's "My Search History" ToolWritten by shuth
You were looking for certain information on web. After several attempts using different words and phrases with your favorite search engine, you finally have found required information but, as it happens, forgot to bookmark pages. In a few days when you needed to check out same pages again, to your utter dismay, you realized that you couldn't recall how you searched out those pages. Sounds familiar? If you are like me, you probably face this problem quite frequently!
Finding right page link you are seeking from browser's history feature, out of hundreds of pages that you have visited recently, is not easy either! More over, browser's history page remembers where you have been as you browse web for a limited time only. Things may be a little easier if you use Google Desktop search or similar tools from other search engines, but again if you don't always use same computer, even this might not be of much help.
My Search History - a new Google feature
However, thanks to new "My Search History" feature from Google, now you are able to overcome this difficulty.