Google becomes usefull for us again

Scott Bennett bennett at
Thu Jan 3 06:05:54 UTC 2008

     On Wed, 02 Jan 2008 11:24:11 +0100 <ruskie at> wrote:
>On 11:09:09 2008-01-02 kazaam <kazaam at> wrote:
>> On Tue, 01 Jan 2008 11:48:59 -0800
>> "F. Fox" <kitsune.or at> wrote:
>> > Sadly, my experience with Google offering CAPTCHAs, is that it's
>> > hit-and-miss; sometimes they'll give a CAPTCHA, more often they won't.
>> Yes I also figured this out now. But makes this sense? When do we get a
>> captcha and when not? Has it to do with the country the request comes
>> from? Maybe just for US?
>> @the wrapping topic: I'm used to write simply. My mail-app sylpheed it
>> auto-wrapping too large messages. Dump the main-stream thunderbird and
>> catch yourself something cool ;) . If you need fanzy plugins take a
>> look at claws.
>Hmm why not just use
>That's what I use... the power of google but without all it's badness :)
     I like  It gathers the results from several major search
engines into one set of pages for you.  I always use it via tor and have never
had any such hassles as the one described above.

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