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Sex, porn, XXX, and Korea.

Posted by David on May 11, 2006

Google Trends, that's what brought me to use these words together. I was just testing out the service after reading TechCrunch.com's article about it and started trying out all sorts of things, a few out of interest for what gets searched for but most just to get an idea about how well it works. So far I'm pleased and I bet it's pretty accurate as far as Google's records go. I haven't spent more than five minutes using it, I just wanted to mention it for those who haven't taken a look.

See this search I did for "Sex, porn, XXX, and Korea" which I thought was interesting.

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