Friday, June 29, 2007

“I'm writing a book. I've got the page numbers done.” Stephen Wright

Numbers are everywhere and to check information about them I must go to many different sites. This is a pain in the neck. There is a solution or at least a help. Any recognizable number can be put into the search box of Google and it should retrieve the information. Check the list below to see many different examples and if you have one give it a try.

UPS tracking numbers example search: "1Z9999W99999999999"
FedEx tracking numbers

example search: "999999999999"

USPS tracking numbers example search: "9999 9999 9999 9999 9999 99"
Vehicle ID (VIN) numbers example search: "AAAAA999A9AA99999"
UPC codes example search: "073333531084"
Telephone area codes example search: "650"
Patent numbers example search: "patent 5123123"
Remember to put the word "patent" before your patent number.
FAA airplane
registration numbers
example search: "n199ua"
An airplane's FAA registration number is typically printed on its tail.
FCC equipment IDs example search: "fcc B4Z-34009-PIR"
Remember to put the word "fcc" before the equipment ID.

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