My unscientific analysis of the new search engine Cuil (“From the makers of Google!”) was quite simple:
Search “pronounce cuil” with Cuil and you get eleven pages of mostly Celtic genealogy.
Search “pronounce cuil” with Google and you get ten pages, all about the pronunciation of the new search engine’s name.
Point to Google.
P.S. It’s “cool.”
There were about 4000 stalkings in Canada in 1999, and that number can only be on the rise with the advent of Facebook.
Facebook is great fun for procrastinating. It’s also a handy tool if you happen to be stalking someone. It let’s people track your every social move.
“But,” you object, “if you simply don’t tell Facebook what you’re up to every minute of every day, Facebook can’t tell the world.”
True enough, but then how would I procrastinate? Rather than abstain from Facebook for the mere sake of personal safety, I have formulated a diabolical plan to flush out my stalker and continue procrastinating at the same time!