A couple of people have wondered, given the top 10 list of blogs on the blogserver, what the top server-wide search strings are. That is, what phrases bring people to the blogs. Here are some of the most common. (Ironically, these search strings will now bring them to my blog; second-order effects.)

banned commercials
chris harris blog
dancing raisin
afleet alex
carolyn hurley
human dependency computers technology
mambo event
necessity of sociological imagination
smithiegirls nude photos
little boy porn
naked fighting
symbolic interactionism
sociological imagination
lindsay evens
nude fighting
smurf unicef video
communication theories
david loertscher
defintion of communication
prettiest horse
girls gone wild commercial
capstone seminar
hans christian von baeyer
firefox trick
nigeria porn
numa numa

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  1. Posted 10/23/2005 at 11:21 am | Permalink

    well at least it has the Sociological Imagination, which is still one of the best books for graduate students out there.

  2. Posted 10/23/2005 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

    They mostly make sense — cyberporn blog, theory blogs, and assorted bloggy detrius. But “raisin”? That’s weird.

  3. alex
    Posted 10/23/2005 at 9:07 pm | Permalink

    Derek: It’s to this post, but yes, I agree. Who searches for raisins?

  4. Posted 10/24/2005 at 7:06 am | Permalink


    My poor innocent school library blog is being smothered by porn searches!

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  1. By UBiquity » Hey Carolyn… on 10/23/2005 at 7:05 pm

    […] Did you notice your name is a top search phrase on the server? You rank below “banned commercials” and “hypercommercialism” but above “naked fighting”, “smurfs”, “prettiest horse” and “nigeria porn”. […]

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