Google has this thing where it tailors the results of searches to the search history of that person or machine. If SE members who regularly search this site attempt Google searches, they are more likely to come up with stack exchange answers. As google searches are explicitly asked for while reviewing, should our searches take advantage of a any browser's ability to ignore history while performing our searches?
This means using "incognito" mode in chrome, or similar features of other web browsers. Should this be done the results of the site review are less unsullied by our own use of Stack Exchange? The scientist in me (which is a significant portion of me) really wants to use that incognito mode!
I want to see stack exchange beat out a lot of other places, since I really do think the SE method works well and is generally helpful, but I also want to the self-evaluation to be as honest as possible. Do we want the google-reflected self-bias, or is it inconsequential enough that we can ignore it?