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While this sentence appears, this form searches the whole web, not just TCHS Alumni News. We're working on that; DDG's procedures are sadly confusing. If you're an expert, your help will be appreciated. —Eds.
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DDG generally has fewer ads and does not track searches across sites; advertising is based solely on what you search for here and not on what you did somewhere else during your misspent youth.
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Note that the border of the query box may be very faint. It's to the left of the blue button. This is an unfortunate trend among so-called "designers" who in our opinion are guilty of prejudice against the vision impaired. Google is especially guilty of trendy low-contrast content. Here endeth the sermon.
Google is a highly efficient and productive tool. Google also knows what you previously searched and where you were on the night of January 17, 2017. Thus site-specific results may follow advertising by third-parties seeking to sell you soap, etc., because you happened to mention a common keyword in your Gmail three years ago.