For a moment I had considered “Golden Globe” for the title.
Would have been a good title … I have no idea what this might be …
Well, ähmm, you know, those jackrabbits, first they eat, and then, you know…
I didn’t know you have monster rabbits down there …
A familiar sight – though not this year, as we don’t have snow.
Title can be important. The all-time most viewed of my photographs on Flickr depicts droppings of a European hare on spring snow. I think it is the title “Brown and round” which brings the viewers – I had no idea. Either that or someone is engaged in rickrolling.
Juha, with “brown and round” it’s probably similar as with melons – completely innocent words, but most often googled for in erotic context.
I’ll never forget when I started with the LaTeX typesetting system and googled for some information in the office. As search engines are not case-aware, at least when not using quotes, the majority of the hits returned was not the least relevant for typesetting.
Indeed, a good example!
One thing which doesn’t work at all with Google (and probably other search engines as well) is certain kinds of context-aware searches. I got interested in reading poetry in English, and knowing only a few words about a certain poem it is almost impossible to get anything which makes sense, especially if what you remember of the poem is only approximate.
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