search strings

searchingHere are the top search strings which brought users to this here blog for the month of March 2009. This of course will help bolster the weirdness of these searches through glorious self-fulfilling prophecy:

1 31 12.40% suggested donation
2 12 4.80% oldorientmuseum.com
3 8 3.20% fuck you aig
4 5 2.00% scanwiches
5 4 1.60% suggestedonation.com
6 3 1.20% boo-
7 3 1.20% chu yun
8 3 1.20% guggenheim suggested donation
9 3 1.20% libraria-
10 3 1.20% moma donation
11 3 1.20% museum of natural history suggested donation
12 3 1.20% victorian enemas
13 2 0.80% banal existence
14 2 0.80% burke and stocks
15 2 0.80% donation graphic design
16 2 0.80% image of-
17 2 0.80% images o-
18 2 0.80% in real life exhibition capricious
19 2 0.80% jesse aaron cohen
20 2 0.80% moom moom

curate my rack

Boring and historically de-contextualized wall labels be no more! Museum 2.0 is here, synergistically harvesting public insight in a folksonomical moblog of tag clouds for museum objects and artificacts. It’s steve.museum, “the first experiment in social tagging for museum art collections.”

Here is another awesome Steve who lives on the web.

We snark, but SD kinda likes this project, although we hope their populist naming scheme wasn’t inspired by Microsoft Bob. And a +1 for the dot-museum suffix. May it never leave beta.

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