So as to provide easy ways to bypass district filters on the word
“MySpace.com”–or any word that has been banned via an access control
list–try these approaches:
1) Use Google News to bypass banning of blocked search results.
Doing a search for “myspace” in Google News will get you:
2) Use Feedburner.com. If that approach didn’t work, try this
one. Set up a free account, and use Google’s
Search Results to RSS. This will result in all search results
flowing through FeedBurner. When you need different results, you edit
the feed. This means students can access search results based on the
exact same feed that a teacher may have created for them.
For example, the results of a Google search on the word “space” would be
banned because “MySpace” would appear in the results. Instead, you
modify the following SearchResults to RSS feed to reflect the search
RSS Feed Content: http://news.google.com/news?q=space&output=rss
Results appear here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/mguhlinfinds
3) Use Google Mobile Search: Alternately, you can also try these
searches. You can surf web sites using the following:
There are other approaches, but these are three that bypass the access
control list of banned words.
And this without having to worry about anonymous proxies. What other
ways do you know how to accomplish this?
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