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<h2 id="intro">Introduction</h2>

Inexperienced people often have trouble finding soltions to their (usually
technical) problems online. This essay aims to give some guidelines for
how to effectively find help online.

<h2 id="due_diligence">First of all - due diligence</h2>

The first thing to do when running into a problem, is try to find the
answer yourself. You can try consulting the documentation of the program
, especially its <a href="">“FAQ” - the
so-called “Frequently Asked Questions”</a> document (assuming it exists),
or use a web search engine. Some recommended search engines are:

<a href="">DuckDuckGo</a>

<a href="">Google Web Search</a>

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<h2 id="licence">Licence</h2>

This work is copyright © 2013 by
<a href="">Shlomi Fish</a>
and licensed under the
<a href="" rel="license">Creative
    Commons Attribution-Non Commercial licence version 3.0</a> (or any later
version). See <a href="">my
interpretation of it</a>.