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Thursday, April 21, 2005

 
Google has now added "My Search History" as an option. This doesn't surprise me at all; the only thing that does is the time that they've taken to offer this service, and the fact that they've launched it so quietly. In order to use it, you must have an account (such as a gmail account) with them. You simply sign in with it and start to use Google. (Note that it doesn't appear to work with the UK version, just the .com version at the moment). Not only is it useful for users, it ties them more closely to the search engine (which is not always a good idea in my opinion), but it's a logical step to take. Of course it also means that you can view your search history on any computer, not just the one you happen to be using.
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