Back in the early days of Google, the search giant used to offer links to "Try your query on" other, non-Google search engines. Today, Google's search quality guru Matt Cutts points us to Retro Links, a simple Greasemonkey user script that brings those links back to Google. The idea is novel, but we're most excited to see that Lifehacker was actually included as an option among the 42 different choices. (Though—and this has been a common mistake—it's written as LifeHacker [capital "h"]in the script. We can overlook that as thanks for the cool inclusion, though.) [Retro Links via Matt Cutts]
Retro Links Puts Alternate Search Sites Below Google Results
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