Searching for my last article in google, I picked "Vitamin QA" to see if anyone else had used that phrase.
Well Google thought I meant to say "Vitamin A" and showed me that, along with a helpful link of:
Search instead for "Vitamin QA"
Click on that link and the url (at least in Safari) becomes
& quot; Vitamin QA& quot;
without the spaces. Now it does a literal search on those letters which isn't the same at all.
You'd think Google with its huge staff and daunting interview process could find a QA person or two for its principal product.
Guess the Vitamin QA is too strong for Google!
Next thing you know I will find a bug in a Microsoft product...