If you’re a web developer this information might be useful to you. Enter a URL below, hit Submit, and you’ll see the headers that the web server responds with. If any redirection occurs, you’ll see that too. People used to unix and perl, might recognize this as the output of HEAD -S. If you’re ever without the HEAD script for some reason (eg: you’re behind a firewall or on a non-unix system without perl) this page could come in handy.
By the way, if you’re on a Mac, you should check out the iCab browser. Among other things, it allows you to get a complete a log of request and response headers. You can see your browser’s request headers from rahji.com as well.