And finally… Feeling unlucky?

And finally… Feeling unlucky?

Eleanor Frere

Eleanor Frere

It’s all too easy to fall down the rabbit hole that can be a Google search. You genuinely were trying to find that important industry report or double checking that stat for your article but 10 minutes later, you’ve somehow been led to watching a random YouTube video. It is related… somehow.

For those of you who find that this is common, we’re sure you’re aware of Google’s ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button, and perhaps, on those slower Friday afternoons, you have given it a go.

While this jazzy little Google add-on takes you to the first ever search result for your word or phrase, we’ve found its (slightly more treacherous) younger cousin. Feeling Unlucky does the complete opposite and shows you the last search result – a slightly more eye-opening endeavour.

If you’ve somehow managed to not fall into the internet ether, Feeling Unlucky certainly means you will.

So, got some time to kill? Go on, try your luck!

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