Thomas Warfield points out that my post about forgetting my anniversary has earned a high ranking in this Google search for “butthead anniversary”. I’m honored :)

Oh, and according to my server logs, this post is still getting me a lot of traffic from people searching for “banana phone”. In fact, some days “banana phone” brings more traffic to my blog than any other search.

8 thoughts on “Googling

  1. I usually get links from this site with people looking for Banana Phone and clicking on my comment. Of course I also get a lot of links for people looking for pr0n, something that I don’t have on my site.

  2. I’m the proud holder of the top google spots for “bayesian avocado”, “spammy goodness”, and “alien abductions” (though the last is actually kind of reasonable, given the site that pops up).
    It’s a little odd, I suppose, but I’m kind of proud…
    W.B. McNamara

  3. And now that you have linked to yourself you will get even higher on Google.
    I used to have a “recent searches” box on my site that linked to an internal search (powered by Google API). I created such a loop that I had to take if off for the amount of nonsense comments I used to get. :)
    And now I am myself stuck with RING RING RING RING RING BANANA PHONE! Argh! :)

  4. so when do you start taking advantage of this by offering the “Bradsoft Official Banana Phone?” (with RSS reading support included naturally) ;-)
    Sounds like a new money-making opportunity for you.

  5. Permanent head song

    Does anyone else out there have a song permanently stuck in their head? Yes, I mean forever! As in it never goes away.
    I’ve had the “If I were a rich man” song from the movie Fiddler on the Roof stuck in my head for the last 5 years (at least, …

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