Sunday, March 13, 2005

Search Engine Silliness II

One of the best and worst things about the Internet are the Search Engines, such as Google, Yahoo!, MSN Search, and such. They can many times be very helpful and assist you in locating just what you want. But they aren't always the easiest to use, particularly to beginners. They also frustrate experts on occasion.

This is the second in an open-ended series of wrap-ups of interesting, frustrating, funny, or just plain odd posts related to Search Engine Silliness.
  • Rachael Ray Redux sent us a list of questions and answers she figured people wanted to know, based upon the search phrases people used to find her.
  • We saw where Dizzy Girl has people searching her site for what doesn't exist.
  • baldilocks has looked at the new Firefox Search Engine.
  • Conservative Cat is locked in a battle with "liberal cat" at GoogleFight.
  • GOP and the City shows off a Google ranking.
  • ManicViking was Googling for pictures of John Wayne, then one thing led to another...
  • Six Meat Buffet found some unusual search terms used to find his blog.
  • Vince Aut Morire found a couple of unusual Google searches used to find his blog.
  • WuzzaDem has some odd Google searches.
  • The Gleeson Bloglomerate is top search result for ... let's let Sean explain.
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