Google toolbar PageRank

Ry showed me some neat stuff about the Google toolbar.  I generally don’t install stuff like this, but this feature was cool enough to persuade me to do it on one computer.  The PageRank is Googles rating of the importance of the page on the web.  A page that has lots of links to it from “important” sites will have a high weight itself.  This PageRank is used in generating the sort order for web searches by Google.  Here are some numbers to give you an idea.  The top rank possible is 10.

http://www.google.com 10
http://www.msn.com 9
http://www.cnn.com 9
http://www.uidaho.edu 8
http://www.nra.org 7
http://www.jointogether.org/gv 6
http://www.bradycampaign.org 6
http://www.keepandbeararms.com 6
http://www.saf.org 6
http://www.ccrkba.org 6
http://www.moscow.com 6
http://www.orofino.com 5
http://www.sailorvsthemachine.com 5
http://www.modernballistics.com 5
http://www.boomershoot.org 4
http://www.lewistonpistol.org 4
http://www.joehuffman.org 3
http://www.whenprophecyfails.org 3
http://www.scottfamilyplace.org 3
http://www.palouseshooters.org 3
http://www.jameshs.org 2
http://www.kimhs.org 2
http://www.xeniahs.org 2
http://www.wontfix.com 0
http://www.uidaho.edu/~lisac 0 (new on the web, no links to it — until now)