I may live in a Google World (Google Apps for My Domain including Gmail, Calendar, Docs & Spreadsheets; Blogger, Google Reader, FeedBurner, www.google.com, 1-800-GOOG-411, Google Maps, etc., etc.) but I'm starting to become a real big fan of Ask.com.
For whatever reason, I'm apparently an authoritative source for the folks at Ask.com. Search for something semi-obscure and I pop right up at the top.
Don't see that happening at Google.com.
(Of course, knowing the kind of stuff I actually write on here, perhaps that's a testament to the Google Search Engine for not showing my results in slot 1?)
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