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Jeeves Releases Top Search Terms of 2002

     
3:25 pm on Dec 10, 2002 (gmt 0)

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You can view the complete list on this web page [irconnect.com].
Rankings in several categories are provided.
3:34 pm on Dec 10, 2002 (gmt 0)

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As always interesting facts, i love these reports.
4:53 pm on Dec 10, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Good find rubble88!
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For what it's worth, Google's year-end list is now online. [google.com]
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I think that these results are ALTERED. Id search for things like mp3, and naked i'm sure im not the only one.... right....<looks around>....<cricket...>.......

Id like to see their uncencored results of top phrases.

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On Google's year end list, check out the top 20 decliners. One of the search phrases is:

"all your base are belong to us"

Now why would that search be common in the first place?

4:29 pm on Dec 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

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"all your base are belong to us" became kind of a cult thing last year. It is poor English from a Japaneese video game in the 80's. Check out allyourbase.net or something like that for all the stuff that grew out of it.
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had a look at the listings, that they brought out, quite interesting, though the format, is not quite that of Zeitgest. Sorry AJ.

I found the report a bit bland and visually unstriking, where as the other popularity reports demographic information is useful.

Personally if they listed numbers per search phrase of the top terms in their list, that would be useful.

 

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