__/ [T.J.] on Monday 29 August 2005 22:50 \__
> "John Bokma" <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Probably old news,
>> and saw this one:
> If you have Firefox, do a search for something then
> right click on the link.
If we are talking about the same thing here, I noticed the same thing weeks
ago. I thought that Google were trying to 'feed' the statistics for the
targetted site, which is not a bad thing.
Do you think there might be more to it? I might be a no-brainer, but what is
"&ei=jXgTQ62LGMHs4AGdxNTDCg"? It sounds familiar to me. "ei" is also used
in standard Google searches if I recall correctly.
I was tempering with some Google URL's when I got bored. You can sometimes
find some 'hidden' features... or navigate to talk.google.com a week before
any related announcements are made... only to discover that there is a
re-direction, and then an error message, i.e. something is cooking
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