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“And all this time I thought ‘googling yourself’ meant the other thing.” Marge Simpson

August 31, 2007

Some admire Google, others fear Google.  The range of emotions varies depending on who you are and how Google has affected your life.  Even Marge Simpson is impressed.

Excerpt from The Economist:  

Marge Simpson types her name into Google’s search engine and is amazed to get 629,000 results.  (“And all this time I thought ‘googling yourself’  meant the other thing.”) She then looks up her house on Google Maps, goes to “satellite view” and zooms in.  To her horror, she sees Homer lying naked in a hammock outside. “Everyone can see you; get inside,” she yells out the window, and the fumbling proceeds from there.

Here is the rest of the article from the Economist

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