The History of Infinite Scroll

Here is the history as far as I’ve seen it:

* Google Reader uses the same preloading LiveGrid technology. Anyone know when this debuted?

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  2. [...] Infinite scrolling—at least the hacks mentioned below—load the next page when you’re done browsing the current one. The next and previous page links are still there, so you have both options to choose from. [...]

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  4. When did ten of millions or hundred of millions of results start showing up in results? I have went to page 50 on one search result before a programmer built Norele. My search, when the content is available in the data base, lists every thing found on one page. I call it ‘finite’ scroll. Just how many of those hundreds of millions of results are viewed? Better question is how much is included in the millions of results that really doesn’t matter?