逛 Firefox 開發網頁時看到的，這一頁是在討論不同的 User 要找網頁 history 時可能的狀況。他們模擬了幾個不同的使用者的使用動機和情境，下面這個實在很好笑：
Dude is a 16 year old who has grown up with computers. He pushes all the buttons, but doesn’t necessarily know what he’s doing. He learns quickly and will remember the most efficient way to do something if he stumbles across it.
Task: He is trying to find a Warez site he visited the previous weekend so he can download more Warez. Because of the nature of the site, he can’t find it on Google. He remembers a lot of details about the site. For example, he remembers he visited it last Sunday evening because that was the last time he was downloading warez. He also vaguely remembers the edgy black layout and some contents of the page describing some leet-speekized version of “Adobe Photoshop” which he doesn’t remember exactly. He doesn’t remember the URL (because it was an IP address), or the title (because it was some random words designed to sound cool, like most of the other sites he visits).
Other goals: He wants to feel cool doing whatever he’s doing. He wants to feel superior to all the regular people using IE, and feel like he’s doing something that normal people can’t.