Evil trend report

Grant Edwards grante at visi.com
Sun Sep 6 14:50:43 CEST 2009


On 2009-09-06, John Nagle <nagle at animats.com> wrote:
> Bing
>    A     3    2.4%  ()
>    A     1    0.8%  (non_commercial)
>    Q    50   40.0%  ()
>    Q    15   12.0%  (no_location)
>    U     5    4.0%  (no_website)
>    U    33   26.4%  (non_commercial)
>    X     1    0.8%  (negative_info)
>    X    17   13.6%  (no_location)
>
> Google
>    A     1    0.8%  ()
>    A     4    3.3%  (non_commercial)
>    Q    46   38.3%  ()
>    Q    20   16.7%  (no_location)
>    Q     1    0.8%  (non_commercial)
>    U     4    3.3%  (no_website)
>    U    28   23.3%  (non_commercial)
>    X    16   13.3%  (no_location)
> Test complete: Evil trend report

I've absolutely no clue what those tables are supposed to
represent (well, I do know what Bing and Google are, but beyond
that...).

> Right now, Google is winning slightly.

Winning what?

> It changes from minute to minute, because it's based on the
> current list of hot search topics from Google. More on this
> later.

Was there a "part 1" to this post that I missed?

-- 
Grant




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