9.23.2006

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Search string of the day:
2006 email addresses of thirty-five years of age and above of all AISLING
According to Statcounter, many people seem to believe there are lists of email addresses online, arranged in odd categories. "Email addresses of Japanese people who live in Canada" or "2004 email addresses of 40 year old women from Alabama" are typical.

6 comments:

impudent strumpet said...

I once stumbled upon a website that was attempting to compile an contact list of every Polish expat currently living in Canada by having them voluntarily contribute their information. They had far more people listed than I would have expected. I don't know if you could have found it by googling for email addresses though - I found it by googling for a specific individual.

L-girl said...

Huh! Go figure.

Judging by what comes up on these Google searches, these search strings are not very useful.

James said...

Off topic: Janeane Garofalo has a new book that seems appropriate for this place...

L-girl said...

I was just commenting on that book over here, at TGW!

The book is actually written by a blogger named Bill Scher, who writes the blog Liberal Oasis. Garofalo wrote an intro.

James said...

The book is actually written by a blogger named Bill Scher, who writes the blog Liberal Oasis. Garofalo wrote an intro.

I musta misread the Amazon page. Thanks for the clarification.

L-girl said...

Hey, Garofalo's name jumps out at ya. Which is why Bill Scher is so lucky to have that intro! (Jealous much?!)