Google's familiar practice of offering popular sections within a site as part of its search results has a new twist with Wikipedia: for longer articles, it offers direct links to the main sections, making it quicker to jump to the relevant material. How effective that is depends on the article structure, but for well-maintained topics, it's a handy time saver. [via Google Operating System]
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