October 31, 2002


Googlism :

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Googlism for: brad delong

brad delong is an independent amsoil dealer
brad delong is an econ professor at cal berkeley who served in the treasury department during the clinton
brad delong is a high stalinist with miltonian grandeur
brad delong is at the left end of the allowable spectrum
brad delong is depressed because the only product he could find in his california suburban supermarket from africa was a carton of guava juice
brad delong is on the warpath about economic illiteracy in journalism
brad delong is an economist who knows his stuff
brad delong is in the economics department at uc berkeley
brad delong is an economist who worked for the treasury department during the clinton administration
brad delong is quite right that there's no such thing as excess capacity for the
brad delong is an economic
brad delong is an economics professor at berkeley
brad delong is appalled at the values endorsed by the signatories of a letter to the guardian
brad delong is very optimistic about productivity
brad delong is no ordinary blogger
brad delong is the economist that i am paying the most attention to these days
brad delong is more optimistic about europe
brad delong is contemplating avoiding andrew sullivan's site in response to
brad delong is disturbed that the fbi was caught inducing a false confession
brad delong is a professor of economics at the university of california at berkeley
brad delong is no ed lazarus
brad delong is an economist at berkeley who teaches and writes about macro
brad delong is one of the smartest economists around
brad delong is quite correct about on board diagnostics
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brad delong is a harvard ph
brad delong is a blog
brad delong is a good source in this respect
brad delong is one of the most insightful economists on the new economy
brad delong is an economic professor
brad delong is a very smart guy and he's had one or two more courses in economics than your average blogistan economic analyst
brad delong is
brad delong is one of several authors who recently compared the contemporary struggles among islamic fac
brad delong is a talented economist at berkeley
brad delong is a
brad delong is professor of economics
brad delong is quite right that there's no such
brad delong is quite right that there's no such thing as excess capacity
brad delong is a liberal
brad delong is interested in
brad delong is right to wonder at the poor fit between images of a

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An other fun offspring of google is the google fight. Let me give it a try:

Number of results on Google for the keywords brad delong and paul krugman:

brad delong
( 24 700 results)
versus paul krugman
( 71 100 results)

The winner is: paul krugman

Kudos to Paul Krugman! :-D

P.S. Okay, this fight doesn't really make sense since they're not spearing against each other. So, we should probably add up their hits together, reaching an impressive 95,800 hit count ;-)

Posted by: Jean-Philippe Stijns on October 31, 2002 03:21 PM

P.S. Technically speaking we should substract from this total the number of pages where their names appear toghether...

Posted by: Jean-Philippe Stijns on October 31, 2002 03:23 PM

Sadly, it can't handle Apostrohpe's. it seems to think I am a mathematician, for which I am flattered.

Posted by: Dennis O'Dea on October 31, 2002 10:01 PM

Here is "social security privatization":


Posted by: Ben Vollmayr-Lee on November 1, 2002 10:47 AM

Unfortunately, goolism.com falls into my "avoid at all costs" lists due to flashing ad/gif _right under the entry field_ and opening two popups. Any sight I can't look at, I never go back to, and urge others to avoid.

Posted by: Dave Romm on November 1, 2002 11:54 AM

For David Romm:

I highly recommend that you try Mozilla. It provides you with the option to hide images from selected servers, which gets rid of most ads (but not the even more annoying Flash videos).

I thought the browser wars were over and IE had won, but I have been impressed with Mozilla -- not just the ad. blocking and the fact that it allows you to suppress popups, but also for the tabbed browsing it supports.

Posted by: Tom Slee on November 1, 2002 04:08 PM

I ran a bunch of NY Times and Washington Post pundits. George Will had by far the most "...is an idiot" sentences.

Posted by: Dave Roberts on November 2, 2002 12:55 AM
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