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    Google & OSX, Sitting in a Tree...

    INFO SCIENCE: Google pays homage to my new favorite OS, OSX, and uses a dock-like bar to manage their different searching tools.

    Very cool! Moving the user to a new page when he or she clicks on the dock is a bit disorienting however. My own mental model was that after I clicked on search tool, it would stay big and the following search query would use that engine.

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    Strange, this link has died for some reason. It's still linked to on the Google Blog, I wonder what is up?

    March 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterAndrew Grant

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