Moment of the week last week was when I was shown an email to The F-Word Towers pointing out that if you search for "man" or "men" on the site then nothing happens. There are no results.
Posts about "search"
Martin Belam's written before about the trend of adverts to tell you to search for "something" rather than give a web address to remember. It's happening more and more, however normally the ads give you just a bit more to go on that this advert that was plastered around Dublin on a recent visit there.
Also known as "Andrew can't think of anything to write about, so he cops out and just scours the search logs to see if there's anything funny in there".
Generally the things people search for, can't be found, so here's Bods making up for that.
Was it really 2001 that I spent months working away on the new, amazing BBCi web search?
I know, I know. I'm behind the times. But the announcement that Yahoo were opening up APIs to its search engine got me thinking that I could finally replace the Atomz search on this site, with something that doesn't force me to have crummy ads on it.
Sometimes people search this site for the oddest of things - things which I should have blogged about... but didn't.
I was in the process of deleting the site search for Planet Bods when I discovered that this site hasn't actually been indexed by the search engine since August 2003...
I've talked before about the weird things people search this site for but today I some odd ones in the Planet Bods search logs...
Launches of new search engines seem to be ten to a penny these days. Yet the launch of one from Amazon is surely a bit more interesting to the world?