Search the full-text of library articles

Google‘s search spider has evidently done a full crawling around the site, gathering up the full text of all the Word doc articles in the library.

So now if you use the Google-based Search form, it’ll scour Leif’s articles from the past four years (as well as all the other pages on the site) for the text you use in your search.

For example, search on the word “pruning,” and you’ll see that some of the items Google finds are in the body of the Word docs.

A more obscure example: the phrase (using quotation marks) “landscaping in stages” finds the one article from February 2004 containing that phrase.