Friday, November 23, 2007

Jane Miller from high school was tough to track down.

20 comments:

charliereece said...

Shouldn't the number of friends who track you down decrease as the uniqueness of your name increases?

Anonymous said...

Um, no. The more unique your name the easier to get a Google result that is actually them. >_>

Michael said...

Michael Otten, I dare you to find the real me =P. 9/11 ruined any chance of that.

Jane said...

what a way to wake up - a headline on indexed! thanks much.

charliereece said...

Oops! I'm such a doofus. Thanks, anon!

Sandra said...

Oooh goody.
And I really dont want any of them to come looking.

dance.under.those.lights said...

There is only one Jessica Hagy if you google

just a mom said...

sadly, everyone else with my name is so much more interesting than me. Senior Professors with international recognition. Athletes. Activists of causes I respect.

Anonymous said...

There's no such thing as "just" a mom--every bit as important as all those other things you mentioned, if not moreso. You do yourself a disservice!

Scifantasy said...

I've got it different...my name is virtually un-Googleable, as both first and last are standard English words.

Strange Kid said...

According to google, you're pretty.

Anonymous said...

... a more creepy comment may never be left in this blog. It's got it all, including a fitting posting handle.

bulhaa said...

weeee! love this blog. keep it up!

Shawn said...

It can be really bad though, when you have a moderately rare name and someone else with it is (in)famous...

Apparently, I'm either a gay porn star or a semi-pro wrestler.

Ryan said...

oh... i am so easy to find

~Angela~ said...

Strangely, I'm findable on Google if you type in my nickname (which I go by about half the time). You could still find me using my first name, but there are more "Angela"s to choose from.

VanOr said...

Guess there's only one googable "Vanessa Ornella". I might be able to quit these stupid phones in a year or 2.

what's in a name? said...

apparently i'm a porn star, too. :(

or an "outstanding concert accordionist!"

WOW!

Chris said...

Uniqueness is absolute. Something can not be more or less unique. It is one of a kind or one of many.

Amanda said...

I would love to share this with my old friend, Julie Lee. Too bad I can't find Julie Lee. Oh yeah, and Annie Hawkins, too. Parents of the next generation, please take this problem into account when naming your children. (Oops, I didn't even give my kids a middle name. . .)

 
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