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12/17: A Message To Facebook Members

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kkktookmybabyaway

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So I recently got a Facebook account. Want to link up? PM me your name/e-mail. I have Carnival confirmed so I figure it can't get worse.

 

10 p.m.

 

• So I saw the following headline on Drudge: HITWISE INTERNET NEWS RACE: YAHOO OVER CNN.COM... GOOGLE TOPS DRUDGE... MORE...

 

Oh what the hell, let's give this a shot. I opened it up, and it was a PDF. I looked at the Top 10 News and Media Category Websites Ranked By US Market Share of Visits.

 

Yahoo! News

The Weather Channel - US

CNN.com

MSNBC

Google News

Drudge Report

Yahoo! Weather

OMG FAUXFox NewsLOL2008~!

The New York Times

People Magazine

 

I then went to Top Search Terms for News and Media Category. From the PDF file description: "The following report lists the most popular search terms for the 1 week ending 12/13/2008, that resulted in traffic to websites classified by Hitwise within the 'News and Media' industry. For example, the most popular search term was 'cnn' representing 0.69% of all search terms that delivered users to websites classified by Hitwise within the 'News and Media' industry."

 

Now I wonder why someone puts "CNN" in a search engine when "www.cnn.com" would make more sense, but whatever. Here is the list. Take a gander at what was #19.

 

cnn

weather

OMG FAUXfox newsLOL2008~!

drudge

drudge report

weather.com

msnbc

weather channel

cnn.com

news

caylee anthony

huffington post

tv guide

noaa

people

accuweather

national weather service

yahoo

jennifer aniston

new york times

 

• Get used to this. Today a state computer. Tomorrow your home PC (after they take your guns away first, of course). If the speech gestapo ever stumble across this place I'm fucked.

 

Alaska officials are investigating RACIST jokes about President-elect Barack Osama that have been circulating on state government e-mail accounts.

 

One of the five e-mails obtained by The Associated Press asks about the outcome of the Democrat's victory after all the time and money invested and concludes: "Another black family living in government housing!"

 

LOL

 

State officials were unaware of the e-mails until asked about them by the AP.

 

Three of the RACIST messages were confirmed by the state's information technology division after an electronic search of the government's e-mail system, Administration Commissioner Annette Kreitzer said Wednesday.

 

"State officials were unaware..." Yeah, I'm sure some Alaska public servant is working 40 hours/week going through other people's e-mails. Then again, there probably is an entire department for this. I may stand corrected on this one.

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