Jane Miller from high school was tough to track down.

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

20 Responses to Jane Miller from high school was tough to track down.

  1. charliereece says:

    Shouldn’t the number of friends who track you down decrease as the uniqueness of your name increases?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Um, no. The more unique your name the easier to get a Google result that is actually them. >_>

  3. Michael says:

    Michael Otten, I dare you to find the real me =P. 9/11 ruined any chance of that.

  4. Jane says:

    what a way to wake up – a headline on indexed! thanks much.

  5. charliereece says:

    Oops! I’m such a doofus. Thanks, anon!

  6. Sandra says:

    Oooh goody.
    And I really dont want any of them to come looking.

  7. dance.under.those.lights says:

    There is only one Jessica Hagy if you google

  8. just a mom says:

    sadly, everyone else with my name is so much more interesting than me. Senior Professors with international recognition. Athletes. Activists of causes I respect.

  9. Anonymous says:

    There’s no such thing as “just” a mom–every bit as important as all those other things you mentioned, if not moreso. You do yourself a disservice!

  10. Scifantasy says:

    I’ve got it different…my name is virtually un-Googleable, as both first and last are standard English words.

  11. Strange Kid says:

    According to google, you’re pretty.

  12. Anonymous says:

    … a more creepy comment may never be left in this blog. It’s got it all, including a fitting posting handle.

  13. bulhaa says:

    weeee! love this blog. keep it up!

  14. Shawn says:

    It can be really bad though, when you have a moderately rare name and someone else with it is (in)famous…

    Apparently, I’m either a gay porn star or a semi-pro wrestler.

  15. Ryan says:

    oh… i am so easy to find

  16. ~Angela~ says:

    Strangely, I’m findable on Google if you type in my nickname (which I go by about half the time). You could still find me using my first name, but there are more “Angela”s to choose from.

  17. VanOr says:

    Guess there’s only one googable “Vanessa Ornella”. I might be able to quit these stupid phones in a year or 2.

  18. what's in a name? says:

    apparently i’m a porn star, too. :(

    or an “outstanding concert accordionist!”


  19. Chris says:

    Uniqueness is absolute. Something can not be more or less unique. It is one of a kind or one of many.

  20. Amanda says:

    I would love to share this with my old friend, Julie Lee. Too bad I can’t find Julie Lee. Oh yeah, and Annie Hawkins, too. Parents of the next generation, please take this problem into account when naming your children. (Oops, I didn’t even give my kids a middle name. . .)