Thank you for stopping by my blog. This is my first dip into the blogging trench, started out of my curiosity to know what actually is a blog. I try to put here my readings from various sources; books, blogs, sites. I also grab stuff from here & there and try to showcase it in my own style here. If you'd like my scribblings, please subscribe to my full text RSS feeds.

Currently I am experimenting a few new features on my blog, like Peekaboo and Post Summary; the reason for the slight distortion you see. I am hoping to frame up these soon, please bear with me!

When you make a search on Google, your IP address, the time, and what you searched for is stored on their database(s) forever and this information can be used in a court of law against you. Google will willingly allow authorities to consult their database.

When you search on Google through Googlonymous, it is Googlonymous that goes on Google and does the act for you, the only IP address that Google will see is the IP address of Googlonymous's server. Googlonymous does not keep any record who searched for what. So this way, it is completely impossible to retrieve your identity. You can search for whatever you want without a care in the world, 100% anonymously.

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