Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Adword spotting

My most prolific commentator, A. Nonymous, has just pointed out that when he/she/it clicked on the link to a story about New Labour Cyborg Jo Moore embedded in my earlier post on terrorism Google adwords returned this ‘tailored’ advert…

I think I can trump that. How about this one...

(yes, you're going to have to click on it to see it)


Postman said...

Google this as a referrer did
"33 helix road, sw2"

PP pops up

ref Mr Hussein the 21/7 bomber who legged it to Italy whilst Sir Ian Blair of that ilk was tellin gus that none of them had elft the country and was peparing to murder his look not alike the following day.

Now who made this enquiry ?

Try this from Sitemeter

Domain Name (Unknown)
IP Address 89.240.132.# (Unknown Organization)
ISP Unknown ISP
Continent : Unknown
Country : Unknown Country
Lat/Long : unknown
Language English (United Kingdom)
Operating System Microsoft WinXP
Browser Internet Explorer 6.0
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
Javascript version 1.3
Resolution : 1024 x 768
Color Depth : 32 bits
Time of Visit Jun 27 2006 10:51:35 am
Last Page View Jun 27 2006 10:51:35 am

Further investigation leads to a site not unadjacent to New Scotland Yard / Vauxhall Road!

Simon Pietroni said...

OK I'll own up. I was A Nonymous this time.

15 minutes of shame!

Stef said...

I'd be careful if I were you - I only live just around the corner from Vauxhall

Anonymous said...

From 'Happy birthday from all of us at Sainsburys'

"Though I’m still unconvinced about his conversion to the benefits of Omega-3 in his children’s diet."

When not studying platelet activating factors, Kathleen Taylor penned 'Brainwashing: the science of thought control'. She discusses omega-3 in prisoner's diets (makes them less violent) and a study in school children conducted in Durham (UK, not research triangle - it increased their learning ability).

I'd recommend the book with the exception that she doesn't appear to have any awareness of Col Boyd. The ignorance of the latter detracts slightly, but other than that: cracking read.

Link to amazon here