Google’s 2008 Zeitgeist Report Reveals…Uh, Pretty Much What You’d Expect

 [kml_flashembed movie="" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

Britney Spears tops Yahoo’s list for the second consecutive year. At least the folks who searched on Google global leader and top ten newcomer Sarah Palin had good excuses.

While way more interesting than the Yahoo equivalent, Google’s newly-released breakdown of the year’s most popular search terms mostly tells us what we’d already know about ourselves if we actually kept track of what we have to search for versus what we’ve commited to memory. To wit: Like most good liberals, I know  the Huffington Postt’s URL by heart and  regularly bookmark relevant stuff. But why would I memorize the Drudge Report‘s when doing so would only take up space better devoted to some worthier outlet.

[kml_flashembed movie="" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

Heath Ledger worked hard, died young, and topped Google’s roster of the year’s most popular fatalities.

Request Information

By checking the box below, you are giving your express written consent for IPR to contact you regarding our programs and services using email, telephone, or text - including our use of automated technology for calls and periodic texts to any wireless number you provide. Message and data rates may apply. This consent is not required to purchase goods/services and you may always call us directly at 1-866-477-4840.

Yes, you may send texts to this number

  View Privacy Policy

Submitting this form constitutes your consent to be contacted by email and/or phone from a representative of the school.



Thank you for your interest in The Institute of Production and Recording.