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    Tangential - if anyone wants to export their Google/other search history, the easiest way that worked for me a few months ago was to export all browser history to a list of newline-separated URLs and then to run this (series of) commands from the Linux terminal to extract all “q=” parameters (also trims leading/trailing whitespace and removes any duplicates):

    cat chrome-history-urls.txt | grep -Po '[?&]q=.*?(&|$)' | perl -pe 's/.*[?&]q=(.*)?(&|$)/\1/' | perl -pe 's/&//s' | perl -pe 's/\+/ /g' | perl -pe 's/\%(\w\w)/chr hex $1/ge' | uniq