One-letter google searches

Google allows you to do single-letter searches. What’s the first result for each search? You can do it yourself or consult this handy guide!

a: Links in html documents

b: Physical Review B

c: the speed of light = 299 792 458 m / s

d: Dominion resources, Inc (stock symbol D)

e: e = 2.71828183.

f: Ford Motors (stock symbol F)

g: Gmail from google (who can fault them for a little self-promotion?)

h: Planck’s constant = 6.626068 × 10-34 m2 kg / s (However I had to do a second Google search to find out wtf it is)

i: Wikipedia entry for the letter “i”

j: Wikipedia entry for the letter “j”

k: Boltzmann constant = 1.3806503 × 10-23 m2 kg s-2 K-1 (what’s that?)

l: Wikipedia entry for the letter “l”

m: 1931 film by Fritz Lang

n: A horrifyingly addictive flash game. Jim and Nora played this game for endless hours in our Tuscan Villa this summer.

o: Realty Income Corp (stock symbol O). How’d they swing that?

p: html p tag — create a new paragraph, stat!

q: Qwest Communications (stock symbol Q). The James Bond character rated a lowly third place.

r: Open-source stats program

s: Craigslist. Huh.

t: AT&T (stock symbol T).

u: Wikipedia entry for the letter “u”

v: Visa, Inc. (stock symbol V).

w: W hotels. Whatever.

x: United States Steel (stock symbol X).

y: Yahoo! Mail

z: Wikipedia entry for letter “z”.

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