Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Okay, somebody in America managed to find my site by typing my full name into google. Who in America would even know my real name?

10 comments:

some girl said...

Well, I just did the google search on your name, but that other search wasn't me. Maybe you gots yourself your very own Internet stalker.

Anonymous said...

Well I promise it's not me. I have no idea where to respond to things in Blogger, but I just wanted to say, "That's okay, I'm a big fan of ugly, especially when things turn that way in my place of work." Or something to that effect. Okay, I'm heading back over to the dark side now (Dland).

--Friday

Don Quixote said...

It is a virtue to embrace conflict if you're able Miss Friday. I'm not very good at it, but it sounds like you're embracing the right course.

I actually started out in Diaryland but soon realized that Blogger is much easier if you know nothing about html.

Somegirl - I replied to your comments in the previous post. I doubt I have a stalker - I'd make a pretty boring stalkee.

Girl X said...

Sorry DQ - that was me. I read your previous post and was curious as to how/why your name would lead to your anonyblog.

nuke said...

I found my website was more reachable by my name in Diaryland than Livejournal. I didn't switch over for that reason, I loved DL and messing around with the code, but it was an added bonus.

As it is, googling myself brings up alumni stuff from highschool, uni, and a play. Although people have found my blog by searching sexual references...I can't remember any now, but some were uber fetishy and uh..odd..to say the least.

Also, why is there a little handicapped icon next to the box where the word verification has to be typed in?

Oh, and feel better!

treespotter said...

that was me. sorry. i couldn't find you anywhere else. have to ask google.

treespotter said...

there's a thread somewhere on google blogger help group that talk about it (anonymous and real name searches linking up)

Don Quixote said...

Thanks Nuke! I'm feeling a hell of a lot better after taking some multi-vitamins. The handicapped icon is for blind people using the internet. A page scanner reads the letters that are required for word verification.

Treespotter - that's cool. As long as I know it isn't someone that knows me in real life. I'd die if that happened!

nailpolishblues said...

What are you hiding, young Don, that would make discovery death?

Don Quixote said...

I'm not so much hiding, Nailpolish, as I am revealing discerningly.