A case in point.
One of the readers who responded to the ReadWriteWeb post used his own father as an example:
These results do not surprise me, mostly by witnessing the way my father surfs the web. He commonly confuses the address bar with the built-in search box many of today's browser configurations have, and viola! Navigational search.
More often than I'd like I've encountered users who aren't able to distinguish
between various elements on a web page. It still happens, for instance, that during
a lesson someone will ask me how he or she ended up on a particular page and after
a bit of detective work I'll discover that they inadvertently clicked on an advertisement
- not knowing that that's what they were doing.
Go to: Search Rules!