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Why Internet links are blue, and what Google's 'black' experiment means

Google’s search experiment — where text links in search results appear black and not the traditional blue — is freaking people out, and with good reason. The blue link (underlined or not) has been around for so long that it’s become borderline dogma for web design. For as long as there has been a public Internet, links or, more accurately, hyperlinks have been blue and often underlined. In 1993 (or ’94), at the dawn of the…

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Why Internet links are blue, and what Google's 'black' experiment means

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