Search Skills Limiting Search Results by Website, Date, and Location You can instruct a search engine to look for results on a specific website that match your search text. To do so, in your search text include the operator site: followed by a domain name you would like to search, with no spaces between the colon and the domain name. For example, to read articles from the Cnet website about solid state drives, type the search text, site:cnet.com “solid state drives”. Some search engines provide additional search tools to specify a date range such as the past day, week, or month, to limit your results. Limiting search results by date can help you to find current information because the search engine will return results published during a specified period. Providing a location or ZIP code as search options (beneath the search box) will limit search results to the geographic area you specify. Location search can help you find results for a specific area, such as computer stores in Boise, Idaho Research This: Create search text using the techniques described above or in previous Search Skills exercises, and type it in a search engine to answer these questions. (1) Find information on Intel’s website about core I7 processors that was posted within the past month. (2) Where in your local area can you recycle used computer equipment and electronics? (3) Find reviews of digital cameras posted within the past week. (4) Which laptops reviewed during the past six months have the longest battery life?