September 19, 2010
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So part of being the slightly neurotic blogger that I am is keeping an eye on what searches brought people here. Sometimes they are very specific searches. In those cases I stop and think, “Did I answer that?” For some I am convinced that I not only answered the question, but did so thoroughly. For others I never even thought of the question.
Then there are another bunch that I have no idea why they ended up here. Some of these terms come up frequently. If I search my blog for the term, it doesn’t come up. Yet week after week certain terms will have a couple searches each. It is almost like the algorithmic gods of the internets have decided that I was the place to come for that information. In fear of angering these gods, I will give the searchers what they want.
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