Friday, 4 November 2011

Goggle search tip for music fan`

Every internet users know google, and is been the search engine of choice for many. Just type in the word in querry and pops out a million site or more about the word in general. But only a handful becomes really useful  and the rest are just junks, like when you are looking for San Francisco as music, the search engine gives you photos, articles, places, maps, etc.

Is it google's fault? Maybe not. Or perhaps we missed something in our querry? Probably yes!

A friend of mine loves music, and get this from file sharing networks. I was a fan of file sharing networks as well and download music from there, but when my favourite network closed down, I did need to find  an alternative.

Google is a good place to find anything, and just need to tweak the way you type in the things you want to search. To those who want to search music, you can tell google to show MP3 or WMA files hidden in web directories using the code below. You can also specify the artist by adding the name at the end enclosed with qoutation marks. Example below, I am looking for Colbie Calliat's mp3. Just copy and paste the whole code into the search box provided above.

 -inurl:(htm|html|php) intitle:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +(wma|mp3) "colbie"

Resulting search showed me


Clicking on the search result gave me directory of the artists used in the web directory


Clicking Colbie's folder brings the list of MP3's and just click on it to play or save it on your hard drive.

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