This is another interesting link that may be useful for anyone needing to undertake research using the internet. Granted this does use Google and more specifically Google Scholar but you may be able to get similar results using more privacy friendly search services such as duckduckgo.
A description of advanced tips and tricks for effective Internet research of papers/books, with real-world examples.
One essential skill is to be able to search for information. This is expected of people before they ask questions. In looking for Debian release notes I tried a search on the Debian website, only to find a link to Debian 3, and also Debian 12 which is the next release.
If you get a similar issues, I would suggest redoing the search in something like DduckDuckGo or similar . Searx, is a privacy respecting meta data search engine.
As the name suggests this allows you to search for a pod cast in a good range of topics.
Libre Lounge is another podcast that has covered different aspects of the Fediverse, this includes some of the more technical aspects including a multipart discussion on Activity Pub. Activity pub is one of the protocols that allows posts to be federated across the network.
Searching for objects with Kstars, is pretty simple.
I have just signed up to a short OpenLearn course on the Orion Constellation it makes sense to perhaps search fpr Orion in Kstars. This may make it easier to observe given the current weather isn't exactly friendly for astronomy.
Pointing (menu) —> Find Object
should bring up the following dialogue box.
From here you can search for stars, constellations, planets and other objects.