Google’s New Search Interface

Want a sneak-preview at Google’s new search interface? Check out this article from Ars-Technica:

  1. Go to Google
  2. Enter the following into your address bar (one line), hit enter (ignore the popup): “javascript:alert(document.cookie=”PREF=ID=fb7740f107311e46:TM=1142683332:
    LM=1142683332:S=fNSw6ljXTzvL3dWu;path=/;domain=.google.com”)”
  3. Search away

You will get the a new look at a Google Search:
Google Preview

My initial opinion: I hope this is a first draft. That left sidebar column doesn’t seem to add much for me.

What do you think?

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3 Responses to Google’s New Search Interface

  1. Anshul Jain says:

    Hi. I tried yet. Unfortunately doesnt work for me.

  2. Yaakov Ellis says:

    It worked for me last night in Firefox 1.5. Make sure that you actually search for something (the first time I tried, I just hit enter on the search button, nothing happened).

  3. Oliver Zheng says:

    I’m not a big fan of the new design at all. The numerical data of the search results (Results 1 – 10 of about 79,000 for blahblah. (0.11 seconds)) is gone. Usually, when I’m searching for text, I don’t need information on the images. I hope Google won’t actually implement this.

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