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Just the other day I was saying to one of my office mates that Google Toolbar ought to replace the URL address bar with a suggestion-style drop down list that would suggest URLs for you, similar to how the Windows Explorer intellisense works.
That is, if I started typing goo - it should suggest to complete that with google.com, or goofball.com, etc, etc. The Firefox address bar does this now, but only for URLs that are in your history. With all the PageRank data available at their fingertips, Google should be able to suggest the URL of a page that is NOT in your history.
And now, apparently, in Google Chrome, they will:
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