No surprises here: Google has begun experimenting with adding Digg-like voting functions to their results page -  though ratings won't be shared publicly, making individual preferences visible only to the searcher himself. The feature, in  experimental phase in Google Labs, will allow searchers to hide results or move especially pertinent ones to the top of their list. Google will  remember users' preferences each time they search for the same keywords (when logged in), though an option to view the original query results will always be available.

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