Apparently I Talk about Fuzzy Ponies Too Much
You know those new “personal results” on Google?
If you don’t have your own website you might not have noticed them. It’s Google’s way of returning search results from things you already use online a lot — webpages you’ve visited, friend’s Facebooks, whatever it can find that it thinks you have a connection to beyond the actual search terms. You have to filter them out to get the direct, unweighted search results; the option is right up top, above the first results.
Over there on the right side, right below my name, are two boxes. You have to click the one with the graphic of the world (global results) instead of the graphic of a person (personal results) to remove your personal data from the search.
My personal data, as you can see, includes 200 references or so to “fuzzy ponies.”
But I was searching for “fuzzy ponies” because I wanted to share some with you today instead of writing actual content, so here you are:
Aren’t they cute?
It was a bit of a rough weekend for a wide variety of reasons, so today you get fuzzy pony filler. But because I noticed something entertaining about Google you got a little content too, so bonus! Everybody wins.