here's my simple idea:
add an option to the new and improved Super Search to
have it choose a random node from the results and redirect
the user there. this is sort of like Google's "I'm feeling
lucky"(TM) search feature, except that a random node is chosen
instead of the first one.
alteratively, in conjunction with more general sort
options on Super Search, you could have exactly Google's
"I'm feeling lucky"(TM) feature with a random sort
option (with the effect of redirecting to the first of a
randomized set of result nodes).
update: i forgot to mention that this
only works with no search terms in the box and "User" nodes
as the only search criterion.
update2: this proposal also naturally
accomodates repson's proposal above. if another option
to limit Super Search results by node length were added,
it would accomodate one of damian1301's suggestions as
well (avoiding empty nodes).
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