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Sunday, May 07, 2006


Ok, I just want to say that someone from Istanbul was interested in learning more about Mariah Carey, did a Google search with a very small typo (or maybe s/he knows a lot about Renaissance pronunciation), ended up searching for "Mariah Carew" instead, and wound up at this post on our site.

Brilliant. Just wait until you read my post on that article about Jessica in Merchant of Venice written by Percy Simpson. Google away, Turkish teeny-boppers!

  • At 5/13/2006 12:06:00 PM, Blogger Simplicius wrote…

    You know, if we wanted to try to drive up our Renaissance readership, we could do something similar with the names of critics and historians. If only Percy Simpson were still alive.


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