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The I'm Feeling Lucky button on the Google home page, which used to take you to Google's top selection for a search, has been largely pointless since the introduction of Google Instant. Google is now adding a bunch of new options to the button.

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When they rolled out Google Instant earlier this month, Google had already included several great shortcuts that sped up your queries. Today they're adding new navigation shortcuts for moving through search results after you've finished your query.