An untapped wealth of information lies at your fingertips, yes that is the Internet. Now being able to successfully search and filter the information you need is a modern application of the Ninja’s Choho skill. By understanding how to focus your search on particular items, you can quickly weed out many superfluous bits of useless information, thereby speeding up your search. What follows are two examples to you improve your utilization of the Google Search engine.
1) Exact Words and Phrases
One of the most basic and widely known search tricks is to utilize “quotation” marks to search for an exact phrase or term. For example, perform the following search and you’ll only get pages that contain the word “Ninjutsu” followed by the word “Training”
2) Excluding a Word
Now if you are looking to exclude a word in your search the minus sign will allow you to specify words that shouldn’t appear in your results.
For example, if you’re looking for pages about Ninjutsu that don’t mention Online, use the following search: Ninjutsu -Online
Ok, very simple techniques that you can use to improve your Modern application of Choho, which reminds me, I am now up to 75 pages in the new upcoming Choho E-Book coming out soon. This book will cover a wealth of information gathering skills, network establishment, and of course modern application of ancient strategies and tactics of the ancient ninja. So stay tuned.