Daenerys – (Targaryen of "Game of Thrones") she's the blonde one who has the dragons. Thinking of dressing up as a Minion for Halloween this year? Judging by recent searches, you aren't the only one. Both Google and Yahoo agree that Minion costumes...
In paradise, I could play with dragons, ramp with leopards, and chat with fairies.It would be the best day ever when I could finally live in a mystical, dreamy realm. Today's Google Doodle may be the most moving logo Google has ever posted.
The good news is there are hundreds of thousands of those, ranging all the way from travel, to Dungeons and Dragons, to Lady Gaga. The StumbleUpon random website browser has become a popular way to explore the web, having won more than 15 million...
But Explore takes you off to unexplored areas which could be denoted, "Here be dragons. But an even bigger change to YouTube search results has slipped under the radar despite the fact that YouTube is the second largest search engine.
Since it was created (circa 1503-1507), the phrase "Here be dragons" has been used to denote dangerous or unexplored territories. That's why the phrase "Here be dragons" should be added here to denote the danger of discovering unexplored areas too...
The biggest gainers were Dungeons and Dragons Online, an online forum dedicated to the game, up 1649 places, and India Target, which carries a range of news and information about Bollywood, as well as interactive features including forums and...
The word lists from each step are in the spreadsheet; here's the final list:
dungeons & dragons
chinese+new+year,+dragon The data are provided by Nielsen Online. Advertising Breakdown by Industry, January 2008 and February 2008 Industry
As I mentioned back in March, the search engine industry is heading off "to destinations at the edge of the known world where the phrase, "Here be dragons," still appears in the unexplored areas of old maps.
No, we are setting sail on a much longer journey to destinations at the edge of the known world where the phrase, "Here be dragons," still appears in the unexplored areas of old maps. A few months ago, my business partner asked me if I had figured...
The buzz continues on Dungeons & Dragons' move to the Web. Audience fragmentation is a myth. Vin Crosbie tears it up. Write your name in all your clothes. Everything Organic needs to know about viral it learned while preparing the kids for summer...