Microsoft has launched a new concept for Live Search. Now, when you visit the search engine, you'll see a background image with "hotspots."
Hotspots are small boxes that highlight a portion of the image. You can rollover them with your mouse to find out what is being highlighted, and click on the hotspot for more information.
Look quickly though, the hotspots appear quickly upon loading and then disappear. While you can still rollover the hotspots, you'll have to remember where those boxes appeared.
Below are some screenshots. Take a look, visit Live.com to check it out for yourself, then come on back to leave a comment about your impressions.
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