We live in a world where google is an official verb. Don't know something? Google it real quick. Results to our important and not so important questions populate within seconds. Our hunger for knowledge (not to be confused with wisdom) can be easily met. Googling is handy and I like what it can do. Yet I wonder, how does this impact our curiosity and does it lead to transformation in thought and action? Maybe it doesn't matter and I'm weird to be bothered by this thought at 10:30 in the evening.
Anyway, that's a long intro to say, years ago, D.L. Mayfield shared her week in Google search terms and I liked her idea. If you can tell what a person values by peeking at their bank account or their calendar, does the same go for their search history?
Here's what I've been pondering:
- Do daddy longlegs multiply?
- Why is a timing belt called a timing belt?
- Atlanta BeltLine gentrification
- Ableism and the straw ban
- Captain Jack Sparrow "opportune moment"
- How to be a good conversationalist
- Transcultural and multicultural
- How to unevenly split rent
- Naps for 15 month old
- Christian missions in Japan
- "You'll Be in My Heart" lyrics
I have heaps to learn and I might burst not knowing how to make new information useful. Also, still not sure about the daddy longlegs, but help—what is it they love about my shower?