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How do people find my blog?

Originally uploaded by Adam J. O'Donnell
Apparently the blogosphere (including BoingBoing) was interested in my write-up on the security implications of two girls, one cup. It has dramatically affected the search terms that are used to reach my website, as made evident by Figure 1 (right).

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I find it sparsely populated, rarely updated and now, myself a bit nauseated.


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