All eyes are on whether Google is feelinglucky, after a third attempt at launching a social product. The Google+ Project launched on Tuesday to a small cache of users who are currently test driving the project in what a Google spokesperson told us...
While there have been a few fun design changes, one major Google element has been removed: the "I'm FeelingLucky" button. We no longer have an option to tell Google we're feelinglucky. The "I'm FeelingLucky" button, for many years, took users to...
The buttons for "Google Search" and "I'm FeelingLucky" are removed completely, however. Over at TechCrunch, a reader tipped them to a new test by Google - to go even more minimalistic on their homepage.
The Washington Post has a nice article on Google's "I'm FeelingLucky" button. Washington Post On Google's I'm FeelingLucky Button Yahoo is launching (in beta) paid-search ads in mobile in the U.S.and
expanding its test program in the U.K.
Take the "I'm FeelingLucky" button on Google's home page next to "Google Search. The students saw and understood what I was talking about but for some reason I got the feeling they thought that the Google page was better.
Google is 'Feelinglucky'. A frustrated poet uses Google's AdWords program to not only lose money with his art, but as a clever way to test the effectiveness of keywords for search engine optimization efforts.