The word "Hiybbprqag" got the Steven Colbert "Bump" this week. That's after Google said it proved that Microsoft was stealing its search results for use on Bing.com. Colbert's translation for the word: "You got served." Now, adding insult to injury, Google is seemingly using the word as a not-so-subtle and pretty hilarious bitch-slap in the form of the website Hiybbprqag.com.
So what is Hiybbprqag? It's nothing--a nonsense word that Google says it planted into its own search engine then waited until it somehow showed up in Bing.com's results.
As for the website Hiybbprqag.com, it redirects directly to Google's jobs page.
TechCrunch reported late last night that the site was purchased by one Chih-Chung Chang of Taiwan--as in Google Taiwan.
So bottom line: Google's got a website dedicated to what is says is the check mate move in the "Bing-Gate" fiasco, which is so convincing that you might as well quit your job and come work for them.