How many different ways can we access Google.com? Lets find out.

Okay so I am a little bored, I don’t want to do my homework, and I need to come up with another Tips ‘n Tricks article before I loose my mojo. So I am thinking and I figure, why we gotta be so serious all the time? From there the inspiration for this article was born.

Okay enough blabbering. We all know about Google.com. If you don’t, you have no idea what you are missing (literally and figuratively). But did you know about the dozens, possibly hundreds or thousands, of different domains/URLs you can access Google.com from? I kid you not; it seems the Google execs are spending their stimulus package check on domain names (okay technically it does not have to be Google execs that purchased them all; anyone could be purchasing them and pointing them at Google.com – but who cares about technicalities right?).

So far I have compiled a list of dozens of different domains/URLs which will take you to Google.com:

Google.net

Google.us

Google.info

2kxp.com

198209.com

020313.com

Wanguozq.com

Stackattack.ca

Crj.com.tw

Google.imagenlatina.com.mx

Masongillibrand.co.uk

Gp3456.com.cn

Sclawyer.org

Go.ogle.org

Unixox.com

Synthemedia.com

African-century.org

Justplaydumb.com

Sedatang.com

Xx.avnob.com

Busytonight.com

Search.aaltonen.us

Attia.org

Vsz.wa-portal.com

Pieminister.com (LOL!)

Legacyonthestrip.com

Cnnet.biz

Shallhear.com

Unixox.com

Nextpracticeretail.com

Ecommercebookkeeping.com

Wa-portal.com

Synthemedia.com

Paq-intl.com

Americanlandmarkfence.com

Search.aaltonen.us

Chicagomsf.org

Peuw.org/

Vukovar.wa-portal.com

E-juba.de

Iam.co.uk

Wds.west.lv

Gp5158.com

Pagerank.darealfreakshow.de

Crj.com.tw

All of the URLs in above list will take you to Google.com.

That is one heck of a list; and this is only what I have found – there are bound to be dozens (hundreds?) more. Also, keep in mind this list is only for Google.com – the English non-country specific version of Google. It does not take into account the many different languages/countries Google operates under (such as Google.de) nor the domains associated with the many different services Google offers, such as Gmail.com.

Do you know of any more URLs from which you can access Google.com? Post below. Please only post about URLs that take you to Google.com, the English version, and not a derivative.

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  2. MikeR

    Brilliant stuff Rob though hang on a minute, hang on: this is supposed to be about philosophy. . . not reality. LOL

    on which note, my other Great Philosophical Question was going to be:

    If Ashraf does sleep at night instead of working on dot Tech and producing the most helpful GOTD reviews around, will anyone believe that?

    But I figured the answer’s so obvious — nah, nobody believes Ashraf sleeps — so I’m not going to ask the question after all.

  3. Rob

    Whilst we are in the forest -
    Vista is a BRANCH in the evolutionary TREE, that will die(evolve no further).
    Vista lovers (history will pity them), will say you are BARKing up the wrong TREE.
    We can tell them that they are NUTS
    We can also tell them, that whilst they are in the forest, they can ‘get KNOTted’.
    And they can PINE for a better replacement.

  4. MikeR

    Ashraf: LOL

    Emrys: priceless. Absolutely priceless!

    Next question:

    If a PC fails in a forest but no-one’s around to notice it, does that mean Vista is a total failure?

    Esse est percipi. . . and all that.

  5. MikeR

    Ashraf:

    All credit to this website then and your idea for this thread.

    (I mean, c’mon, where the heck else in cyberspace is a philosophical discussion of, er, Google (!) ever going to be found??)

    Don’t be surprised when dot tech org reaches 10 million hits a day: we philosophers need a place to go. . .

    MikeR

  6. MikeR

    Rob said:
    “Why should a faceless mega corporation like that record my searches?”
    One day all those road cameras out there will be able to record where I drive to. (Who knows they may be doing it now).
    Now I know it is a lot faster and much more convenient to use my car, but from this day on, I will never use my car again.”

    That’s such a shame, Rob. But have you ever heard of something called a. . . taxi?

    Basically what happens is, you use a taxi to gain access to the same place you would otherwise have reached if driving your car. Clever, huh?

    And if you use a taxi from Scroogle or Ixquick, heck, there’s not even a charge to pay. And no tip necessary, either.

  7. David Roper

    Rob just said:
    One day all those road cameras out there will be able to record where I drive to. (Who knows they may be doing it now).
    Now I know it is a lot faster and much more convenient to use my car, but from this day on, I will never use my car again.

    Hooray, now I will be able to find my car after parking. And if someone asks me what I did yesterday I will be able to tell hem where I drove to at least. Getting old now.

  8. Rob

    “Why should a faceless mega corporation like that record my searches?”
    One day all those road cameras out there will be able to record where I drive to. (Who knows they may be doing it now).
    Now I know it is a lot faster and much more convenient to use my car, but from this day on, I will never use my car again.

  9. MikeR

    The fun to be had in finding how many ways Google can be accessed depends on how much amusement you derive from discovering how many more ways there are for Google to access. . .

    You.

    I don’t use Google directly because I value my privacy.

    Why should a faceless mega corporation like that record my searches?

    The hell as it got to do with Google or anyone else?

    Sergey Brin and Larry Page presumably take damn good care to ensure their online search histories aren’t handed out to me — so what gives them the right to grab and store mine?

    As far as I’m concerned, there are just two ways to access Google.

    One of them is the wunnerful Scroogle — no cookies, no search term records, access log deleted within 48 hours — available via a dot org link (sorry, can’t paste URLs directly here.)

    The other is Ixquick: no user IP address stored. . . at all. (Ixquick is available via a dot com site.)

    So to me, then, the wonder isn’t just how many ways Google can be allowed to record what I do in my private life.

    The wonder is why anyone would even contemplate using Google unless via Ixquick or Scroogle.

    * NB: here in the UK, there’s been much satisfaction recently over the way a Google Streetview car was surrounded by angry residents of a village and held hostage until the police arrived. If the Google Streetview car ever came into our little rural community, it’d be in pieces long before law enforcement arrived. . .