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Luka [PersonRank 10]

Sunday, September 13, 2009
10 years ago3,759 views

blog.omgili.com/?p=108

Last minute search : google.com/search?q=barack%20o ...

Last 20 seconds : google.com/search?q=barack%20o ...

etc...

TOMHTML [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

it's really fun :) And there are so much spam and duplicate content there are on the Internet...
Thanks Luka

TOMHTML [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

it works great for "&as_qdr" parameter too ;)

but all of this doesn't seems to work very well, it's not so accurate. Want to know which pages of Youtube were indexed in the last 30 seconds? google.com/search?as_qdr=s30&a ... returns pages indexed "2 minutes ago" up to "24 minutes ago" :-/

Above 3 comments were made in the forum before this was blogged,

Mohammad Arshad [PersonRank 0]

10 years ago #

this can also be achieved through this url:
google.com/search?q=politics&a ...

Sardar Mohkim Khan [PersonRank 0]

10 years ago #

Sounds great.. but it's just too tiring ..

[URL removed – Tony]

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

Error message
"The search option you have selected is currently unavailable."

is shown when testing Luka's first example (i.e. last minute search) on yellow background.

TOMHTML [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

yes, but it works anyway Juha-Matti

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

Yes, and there is no that yellow error message any more.

Niraj Sanghvi [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

I use "m" for the last month all the time...I always wondered why the search options don't include anything between "past week" and "past year" since this is generally a very useful timeframe.

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

10 years ago #

There is an error in the first post of the thread. Title 'Last 20 seconds' includes search within 42 seconds, not 20 seconds.

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