As an aside to the word commentation (from this previous post) I would like to say *Wow* to Dictionary.com on their complete site redesign. I have been using this site as a reference for all things english language related, since, well, years ago.
They have a pretty decent translator from or to english. One major usability bonus on this site, I notice that, they do right is keeping your typed search word live within the search box, as you navigate through their different pages (i.e. dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, the web). I really like this feature and it existed on Dictionary.com before the redesign.
I ask google to possibly implement this when one types a search into their search box on their home search page. If you naviagte to other pages (i.e. images, groups, news, maps) from this page your search word(s) remain. When you click on the more >>, your initial search word(s) disapear. This may be a small glitch but would it take much to correct google? It seems common sense that when you hit more >> one would, expect to see more option variables along with their search term or phrase remaining in the given form box.
This is just an idea. But it would save me time in copying and pasting words from one page to another and back again. Pretty please google?