All Things Now scans the web for interesting content daily. It brings you the most popular news and entertainment links in an easily accessible way. You can browse this content simply by clicking on the ATN link above. (Return to this page by clicking on the symbol.) If you'd like to browse a specific category, change the default allthings category to something more specific.
You can also search ATN by entering keywords in the search box above. This search works much the same way as Google search does, with some minor differences (noted below).
Partial keywords can be used as wildcards to match similar words. For example, the keyword rac will match race, racist, and racial. However, be aware that it may also match keywords like racoon and racquet. If this becomes a problem, you can exclude undesirable keywords using the minus (-) operator.
The following Google search features are supported:
- Search within a specific website (site:)
- Terms you want to exclude (-)
See Google search basics for details on how to use these features. Please note, when using the OR operator, make sure to enclose the keywords in parentheses if you're doing anything more than a basic search.
A feature you won't find in Google search is the ability to narrow your search results by category using the category: keyword. For example, if you'd like to only search the news category for the keyword obama then you'd enter the following search:
That's all for now. Happy surfing from the ATN Team!