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Duncan - You've got a good point. The one upside is that Google Analytics isn't really designed to pick out individuals, more for analyzing data in aggregate - which makes even this less intrusive than some of the analytics programs out there. Although if you're more worried about Google than the analytics users - yeah, between analytics, adsense, search, youtube, they pretty much can track everything..."
Nice article Nick. Another note - the article uses "morgage" as an example of a misspelled word. If you search Google for that term, it automatically shows the results for the correct "mortgage" spelling, so I'm guessing the number of times the actual "morgage" results are displayed is way less than the suggested 100,000+. Just makes everything you say about misspellings making your site look bad outweigh the benefits of including misspellings even more."