Over the weekend I attempted to upgrade my Time Warner Cable (TWC) modem to something a little more fancy, it failed miserably. After talking with 2 levels of tech support and wasting an hour of my life that I'll never get back on the phone we reverted back to the original modem and as a gift for trying something new I had to re-acknowledge the terms and conditions of the service due to switching modem hardware around. This gift also came with a cool new feature such that when I navigated to google.com it tried to append "AP_INDEX" at the end of the address which of course doesn't exist. It would do this for any website but the one I tried was google.com so that was the one site that afterwards still thought I was brand new, even when I'm at work! If you accessed google.com from a cached address it would bring up the site pretty as you please, just not www.google.com. So what is the fix? Clearing your browser cache of course.