Interesting Bing Feature

I saw an article (I already forgot where) that showed some “cool” features in Bing. (Side note, I really hate the name Bing, I hate saying Bing, it irritates me, but I digress.). Anyway, in Bing you can put in whatever search term you like and follow it with “contains:[file extension]“. For example, “New Hampshire contains: .nsf” and all results will contain “New Hampshire” and an NSF file extension.

Very cool way to see a lot of sites using Lotus Notes.

Now of course, many of the results will just be links to OTHER sites that are using Lotus, but still I thought it was very interesting.

  • http://www.vitor-pereira.com Vitor Pereira

    Try “New Hampshire inurl:.nsf” on google. Works the same.

  • http://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/Simon/ Simon O’Doherty

    Same feature as google search. Although “New Hampshire” contains:.nsf now brings up your page. :)

  • http://www.vitor-pereira.com Vitor Pereira

    And as a bonus the first page of results contains a link to the website of a company that offers “state and local lobbying” services that keeps their address book open for anonymous access. Emoticon

    At least it’s just reader access.