Recent Googlings

Why is it that folks who find Planned Obsolescence via net searches mostly show up in the wee hours of the night?

And why are they searching for:

what’s after postmodernism

none of us is as dumb as all of us

times roman

helen ludo or genius or brilliant or smart “last samurai”

rick moody, opinions

advance reading

on leave in academia

intuitionist book summer reading

greenblatt mla tenure book

unspoken helen “sports night”

verizon can you hear me now?

That last is my favorite. I get an average of a hit a day off those commercials. And always around 3 am.

6 responses to “Recent Googlings”

  1. One of my favorite recent Google searches that led to my blog:

    cheater cheater pumpkin eater

  2. Of course, by listing those phrases, you are increasing the chance that someone will come to your site by doing a search on one of them. 😉

  3. Gee you folks get all the luck! All I find in my referral logs is searches for hundreds of variations on “how to build a window seat” and the occasional “duality Nietzsche” or some such. Apparently window seats are hugely popular home improvement projects though I had never heard of building one before I embarked on it. But I’m still waiting for the types of Google weirdness that I read of on other people’s blogs.

  4. I got here because I wanted to find a critique of planned obsolescence & Capitalism and instead got a US person’s boring memoirs about his travel trips.

    The irony, I suppose, is intentional, but I have to say blogs merely clutter the internet up with even more narcissistic crap.

    Please let this site disappear in the required few months as its obsolescence becomes apparent…

  5. Everyone’s a critic. And Bob’s a critic who doesn’t even know how to narrow a Google search.

    http://www.google.com/search?q=%22planned+obsolescence%22+capitalism

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