From time to time we revisit this list to see if it still holds true. We hope it does—and you can hold us to that. Our homepage interface is clear and simple, and pages load instantly. Placement in search results is never sold to anyone, and advertising is not only clearly marked as such, it offers relevant content and is not distracting. We do search. Our hope is to bring the power of search to previously unexplored areas, and to help people access and use even more of the ever-expanding information in their lives. We may be the only people in the world who can say our goal is to have people leave our website as quickly as possible. And we continue to work on making it all go even faster. Google search works because it relies on the millions of individuals posting links on websites to help determine which other sites offer content of value. As the web gets bigger, this approach actually improves, as each new site is another point of information and another vote to be counted.
2. It’s best to do one thing really, really well.
1. Focus on the user and all else will follow.
British plants, animals and landscapes through the four seasons
The UK boasts a unique and stunning landscape defined in part by its shifting seasons and changing weather. Below this beauty lies a savage nature which can sometimes hit with little or no warning. The result can be devastating: Arctic-like winters, unimaginable floods, hurricane-force winds, baking heat and severe droughts. Like it or not, Britain can be susceptible to some deadly weather events — even if they only occur once in a while. With record amounts of snow, one of the cruellest winters in living memory couldn't have come at a worse time for war weary Britain. Victorious but nearly bankrupt from defeating the Nazis, the country was still experiencing food rationing when 10ft snow drifts paralysed the country. Meanwhile, in the countryside the snow was so deep that farmers couldn't reach their livestock and animals starved to death in frozen fields across Britain. Smog in s London was common, but the toxic mix of smoke and fog that descended on 5 December was unlike anything the city had seen before.
We have all been there, stuck on the couch scrolling the Netflix menu through each sub-genre tailored just for us. After wrapping around the selections once or twice we realize, there are just too many options. That epiphany moment usually comes right before defaulting back to an old stand-by we have seen countless times. Well, the new top ten feature that Netflix rolled out today might solve that problem.