Searching Google Print

Google Print opened at the end of last year, allowing you ability to find content from books and magazines that have been scanned and added to its database. Chris wrote
about the service last year, and you can learn more here: Google Introduces Book Searches.

The problem is, what if you want to search for just this type of material independent of web content? Visiting Google Print doesn’t
help — you just get a "This space intentionally left blank" message. The Google Print FAQ is no help. And the
page that lists all of Google’s various specialty search services? No luck.

Enter Tara Calishain. She’s just posted a form that Google itself ought to offer, letting you search for just magazine articles, book references or both:
Isolating Google’s Printed Material in a Google Search Form.

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