Google Search wants to help you find what you are looking for. To speed up the process, it uses autocomplete to list suggestions that are based on the search activity of other Google users.
Here are some of the searches I did and what I learned from my digital eavesdropping:
pdf and atheism – two new religions.
Once the issue of the unlocked cell phone is resolved, we can move on to other pressing matters.
Potatoes were right up there with making babies.
Why wouldn’t you know why your license was suspended?
Maybe if you do the first three, the last will be easy…
The fridge was a bit of a surprise considering the rest of the list.
I will have the children read Hamlet as soon as it is practical. There are some useful cautions against eavesdropping to be gleaned from that.
– Maryrose Wood, The Mysterious Howling –
One of the unique things about the human brain is that it can do only what it thinks it can do. The minute you say, “My memory isn’t what it used to be …” you are actually training your brain to live up to your diminished expectations. Low expectations mean low results. The first rule of super brain is that your brain is always eavesdropping on your thoughts. As it listens, it leans. If you teach it about limitation, your brain will become limited. But what if you do the opposite? What if you teach your brain to be unlimited?”
– Deepak Chopra –
Sounds like you kids have some talking to do. I’ll be eavesdropping from the kitchen.”
– Jill Shalvis –
A raintree bent towards a window in one side of the bungalow, eavesdropping on the conversations that had taken place inside over years.”
– Tan Twan Eng –
Our whole lives are lived in a tangle of telling, not telling, misleading, allowing to know, concealing, eavesdropping and collusion. When Washington said he could not tell a lie, his father must have answered, ‘You had better learn.
– Germaine Greer –
17 thoughts on “Internet – Google Autocomplete – Unfiltered Eavesdropping”
Sometimes Google scares me! LOL Great quotes.
People are scary – what google knows about them is scary!
The most important one was missing: “How do I know when to change my underwear.” What good is it?
I guess mankind has got the answer to that question figured out…
Research reveals the following options: when they smell; daily; every two to three days; avoid the issue by going commando but do so by choice, not because you can’t figure out how to use a washing machine…
Got it. Thanks. Who needs autocomplete when “Ask Margie” is available? I’ll be getting back to you to find out what to do about unsightly nose hairs.
Haha potatoes > giving birth according to Google.
Or maybe Google does have a sense of humour!
Could be a great way of prompting surrealist poems …
Visions free from conscious rational control – that seems like a good description of a lot of what is on the internet!
Some of the Google suggestions are hilarious!
You’ll have to try some searches and see what you find!
that’s a funny game to play…Again, thank you Google
Google says, “You’re welcome!”
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Converting is the best find..
I liked that one too.
‘Best find’ – Google says that would be at the stores – Winners and Costco are right at the top, but various ‘apps’ are right up there.
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