Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community' started by CubaTBird, Jun 27, 2005.
what's wrong here... check the first link and try for yourself.. its for real.. hrm.......
Somebody at Google having way too much fun?
So true. Someone might have typed that word in his keywords in the HTML code.
Nice search Google!
Well, the liberals win by having Bush first, but the conservatives come in a close second by having Moore second...
A bit of research brought up this Wikipedia entry on Google Bombing. Very cool
Definitely an easter egg. Notice that failure is not even cached in the pages.
ahh, programers and the neato things they do to make themselves and the occasional tech-savvy geeks smile
wasn't there a time when you could search on 'evil' and the first link was Microsoft....
Note that "miserable failure" works just as well, and also brings up a BBC article about this particular Google bombing.
I <3 Google
That is so funny, but at the same time...true!
Very funny, thanks!
Whats even funnier is that the word "failure" appears absolutely nowhere on GWB's bio, nor in the metatags... Guess it must be a special Google easter egg.
it's in the soul
worst president ever
Google ranks pages based on the links to the site, as well as the site content. So a lot of people just had links to that page marked "failure". But not really. Read the wiki page above on googlebombing.
A long time ago I had read about google bombing. I find it hilarious that this happened to him.
This isn't a Google bomb. Google is just accurate.
Yes I agree!
Any more fat kids sayings?
works the same on dogpile... hrm........
It's not an Easter Egg, just an interesting side effect of how Google ranks pages and keywords. Look up the previously linked articles on Google Bombing if you want to know more about the particulars.
Already been mentioned. See above posts and links.
Yes, I know, but several people keep referring to it as an Easter Egg, even after the Google Bombing was mentioned. Just wanted to clarify it for future readers.
there use to be one like this for weapons of mass destruction but I can't get it to work now.
I also noticed it works for Yahoo...