Google Trends (new!) on Oral History
Google Trends is the newest internet shiny toy. It measures trends for terms used in searches, and for terms appearing in Google News. Here’s the trend on Oral History. The latest high point was linked to a news story I didn’t notice (huh?). Ah, I see why. The date was April 12. Taxtime. Talk about your news blackout period. I’ll rectify that in the next post.
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