At some time during your school years, you probably had a teacher point out the merits of using who, what, when, where, why, and how to unearth information. These words certainly work as part of the writing equation. They also work in the Google search box when you need information quickly or when you want to have some fun.
who: your name
Get a quick view of your online presence.
View the current time in cities around the world.
when: US holidays
Find this year’s federal holidays, US and Canadian holidays.
Discover where you can dig for diamonds and keep what you find. (If you only want business tips on this blog, think of this as a lesson in alternative revenue.)
why: enter a statement or question
See what others have had to say about the topic.
how: #0099FF (or another HEX color equivalent)
Find the color’s RGB equal and find royalty-free stock photos that include a predominance of this color.