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Google Zeitgeist 2013 Is Out, Mandela Tops Search Trends Google Zeitgeist 2013 Is Out, Mandela Tops Search Trends
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It’s that time of year. Google has released the 2013 Zeitgeist. Google says it’s the “most global Zeitgeist to date,” as it features over 1,000 top 10 lists and top trending searches from 72 countries. “It’s perhaps unsurprising that the …

Google Zeitgeist: Here Are The Top Searches Of 2012 Google Zeitgeist: Here Are The Top Searches Of 2012

It’s that time of year again. Google has updated its Zeitgeist site for 2012, looking at the most popular search trends of the year. The company has been doing this for 12 years. Google has added some bells and whistles …

Latest Google Zeitgeist Proves 2011 Belonged To Rebecca Black Latest Google Zeitgeist Proves 2011 Belonged To Rebecca Black
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Google year-end Zeitgeist for 2011 has gone live, and besides boasting a new look, complete with new, more interactive presentation of its findings; and while the new shine improves the look and feel, their findings are what we are really …

Week’s Top Searches Hit Rock Bottom

So the past week of memetic searches ain’t all that exciting; it’s down right vanilla: political self-congratulatory lollapalooza-esque barny-fied elitism, in a vanilla nutshell. We’ll call it an accounting of what’s on the mind of the search world, and expect an up-tick in excitement when Paris Hilton takes it over next week, once more of the world learns of her latest indecent lapse of judgment.

Google Defends “Meaningless” Zeitgeist

When Google put out its year-end Zeitgeist, an account of the hottest searches in 2006, bloggers immediately felt the list’s creators were fudging it a little for decency’s sake. Google responded on its blog saying the list was edited to save us from the boredom of constants and givens.

Sadly (Or Not), Search Mirrors Life

Save your judgments, o cultural elitists, as the holidays descend upon us once again and the masses search, in real, true harmony, for their true hearts’ desires: consuming mass quantities and dishing the dirt.

Googlers Rally Around Testosterone

Google’s weekly look into the “moral and intellectual trends” of the searching populace, Google Zeitgeist, revealed that Google users have “an insatiable appetite for all things flashy and sordid.”

Google Searchers A Bunch of Pot Heads?

Google’s Weekly Zeitgeist report that a number was most on the minds of Google searchers last week: 420. What’s the big deal about 420? Well, in its explanation Google neglected to mention that particular number represents the amount of THC in marijuana.