posted on May, 16 2004 @ 11:26 AM
With the number of threads and posts we have on ATS, it's highly probable that unless the topic you're about to post is a current event, it has been
previously covered in our threads. As the size of ATS increases, we're asking our members to help keep ATS a logically organized place to learn about
the issues influencing events now and in the past. To help members find older posts, we've developed an exceptionally advanced Boolean Search tool,
unlike any you've encountered on other discussion boards.
The new Boolean Search is located by clicking on the search link in the top board menu bar. Instructions for using the boolean search are indicated on
the search page. While initially complicated if you're not accustomed to boolean operators, with practice you'll soon get the hang of it, and
realize the vast wealth of information in our discussion forums.
However, until you have some practice with the Boolean search, sometimes our integrated Google search can give better results on many topics. Try that
until you've developed your Boolean Jedi skills.
Use this thread to post your comments about this information:
[Edited on 16-5-2004 by SkepticOverlord]
[Edited on 17-5-2004 by Kano]