It’s really hard to keep up with what Google is doing these days. For those that use the Google Toolbar you now have the option of using their Web History.
Using the Toolbar with Page Rank on gives Google the information to track your searches and the web pages you view. They feed this back to you now through what they call Web History via your personalized Google home page.
Danny Sullivan at Search Engine Land does a way better job of explaining all this. I scooped up a tip he had on a new toolbar to replace the Google one. It’s the Groowe toolbar for Firefox or Internet Explorer. It has everything the Google toolbar has except the Page Rank.
Searchers that need Page Rank can get that from another neet add-on for Firefox only called SearchStatus. If you manage a web site this is a great one.