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Fast Track
By Team Digit
A majority of Google\u2019s tools
had been given in our
Digit Archive CD
bundled with Digit\u2019s December 2006 issue.
The People Behind This Book
Deepak AjwaniEditor

Robert Sovereign-SmithCopy Editor
Ram Mohan Rao Writer, Copy Editor
Nimish Chandiramani Copy Editor
Arjun RaviWriter
Prakash BalakoorWriter
Srikanth RWriter
Samir MakwanaWr i t e r

Shivshankar Pillai, Vijay PadayaLayout Designers
Sivalal S Layout and Cover Design
Harsho Mohan ChattorajIllustrator

\u00a9 Jasubhai Digital Media
Published by Maulik Jasubhai on behalf of Jasubhai Digital Media.
No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the
prior written permission of the publisher.

January 2007
Free with Digit. Not to be sold separately. If you have paid
separately for this book, please e-mail the editor at
editor@thinkdigit.comalong with details of location of
purchase, for appropriate action.
There\u2019s more to it...
If you ever wondered how much there was to Google, the fact that

this Fast Track was divided into two parts should provide suffi- cient indication. Our first part given with Dec 2006 issue ofDigit covered the Basics of Google.

This time round, we feature advanced level features and servic- es from Google in the domain of \u2018Digital Business\u2019 to help you find out how your business - big or small - can benefit through Google's services, and \u2018Digital Leisure\u2019\u2014things to do when you're not busy making money for yourself.

Not very recently, Google took a step in the "Kill MS Office" direction with Google Spreadsheets, which promises to replace Excel in the future. The acquisition of Writely came soon, and became Google Docs. Try them out\u2014they can both replace your office suite for basic documentation. Following suit in the produc- tivity department is Google Calendar to help you keep organised.

Nearly everyone's using AdSense on their Web sites today\u2014find out how you can do so for yours. Also read up on AdWords and how they can help you promote your business better. There are also a bunch of tools to optimise your site\u2014Analytics and Sitemap will not only make life easier, they'll even help your search rankings.

After all that, tell the world about your day with Blogger, track down old friends with Orkut, and entertain yourself at Google Video and YouTube. You can also take a trip to Mars or the Moon and enjoy the latter's cheesy goodness (turn to the chapter to see what this means!). Finally, there's Google Groups to interact with people who have the same interests, or just discuss any topic you want to.

And there you have it\u2014the dope on practically all Google's serv-
ices, right there on your bookshelf.

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