Egosurfing: Don't Try to Act All Innocent
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Egosurfing: Don't Try to Act All Innocent

By Mrs. Julien | Comment Diversions | December 29, 2012 | Comments ()


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I googled myself today. My real name, not my Pajibanym. Here is what I learned:

  1. This is me:

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  2. The only actual photo of me on the internet is pretty good. From 1999, it was taken the day before a depressing personal milestone, so there's that.
  3. Where I work and what I do there.
  4. I'm a Republican. Since I can't vote, I've decided to find this amusing.
  5. Two people linked to that list I got on McSweeney's that time.
  6. I really like book purses on Etsy.
  7. Apparently, I am the only person with my name on the planet.
  8. My copyright for that reality show I thought of.

I won't pretend it's the first time I have looked myself up, nor will I pretend that on slow days at work, I haven't googled people I know/used to know.

Have you ever googled yourself? Have you ever googled someone you used to know and found out something interesting? Of course, you have. Do tell.





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