A Couple of Google Search Improvements

When you search for flights between two cities Google now provides you with a chart of options as the first (non-paid) result, making the peripatetic aspect of a lawyer’s life just a little bit easier. Thus, for example, a search for flights from Winnipeg to Vancouver yields the result you see below:

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And perhaps I haven’t noticed, but new to me is the fact that when you mouse over the chevron beside a result of a Google search, you not only see a thumbnail of the found page, a feature that’s been around for a while, but a callout as well that shows you where on the page a sought-for phrase occurs. For instance, my search for definitely not the last time turns up a result from trip advisor.co.uk with the relevant phrase emphasized (on a black background) and shown in context:

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