David Ng at The World’s Fair wants me to play along before I head to the airport. Here are the rules:
I’d like to suggest a meme, where the premise is that you will attempt to find 5 statements, which if you were to type into google (preferably google.com, but we’ll take the other country specific ones if need be), you’ll find that you are returned with your blog as the number one hit.
This takes a bit of effort since finding these statements takes a little trial and error, but I’m going to guess that this meme might yield some interesting insight on the blog in question.
To make it easier, we’ll let you use a search statement enclosed in quotations – this is just to increase your chances of turning up as number one, but if you happen to have a website with the awesome traffic to command the same statement without quotations, then flaunt it baby! Of course, once you find your 5 statements, pass the meme on to others.
Where I come out on top:
- Free-Ride offspring
- “What’s a scientist to do when facing this kind of snake pit?”
- “feel a little less like Caligula”
- “mass quantities of grading”
- (on images.google.com) “sad puppy”
So very close.
Is it any wonder I’m suspicious of all this technology?
I have to go churn some butter before I get on the flying machine. More from Greenville!
Your search results, apparently, may totally vary depending on how you set your preferences and what you’ve searched for in the past. For example, biologists searching for “Sean Carroll” are reported to get results for the one who doesn’t blog ahead of the one who does.