I would also say that it's a good general practice, too, and not just w/Super Search. Most notably would be google searches -- instead of saying "I found http://blah.com on google" i try to say something like "google('foo bar') found http://blah.com" ...
Similarily, this applies to the wisdom-seekers and failed searchs as well. A personal pet peeve of mine is posts like "i searched everywhere but couldn't find anything" .. I really wish people would qualify that with what and where they searched, so that could how they were going about and why they came up emtpy ...
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