Michael Liedtke of the Associated Press (AP) reported today that "Google empowers users to edit search results - Your favorite Web sites get top billing, disliked destinations get discarded ."
He says, "If Google delivers useless search results, just erase them and you won't see them again.
That's possible under a new system Google Inc. unveiled Thursday. Hoping to give its search engine a more personal touch, Google now lets users reshuffle results so their favorite Web sites get top billing and disliked destinations get discarded the next time they enter the same request."
For the full story on MSNBC, go to http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27830158/.
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