Friday, December 08, 2006

Everybody was Googlefighting

Sometimes when writing, conundrums arise. Duelling dictionaries compete about the correct spelling of a certain word. Is email hypenated or not? Is a certain word used with a hypen or as one word or as two (dictionaries can be surprisingly inconsistent with this). Or maybe you're wondering are more people talking about the Sony Playstation 3 or the Nintendo Wii? Do more people care about Paris Hilton or Britney Spears? Or, as one long-running debate over drinks has raged on for some of my friends and I, is it "hell in a handbasket" or "hell in a handbag" (handbag, pheshaw, Rod, you silly man)?

If you have wondered these things, then Googlefight is for you. You just go to Googlefight, type in the two words or phrases you are wondering about, and let them fight it out. Googlefight will tell you how many Google results come up for each one. Once you start, it can get a little addictive and before you know it, there are lots of things you can think of to googlefight over.

Even if you don't have any burning debates for Googlefight, you can still have fun there. You can check out the The classics, the burning questions from today's society, like god versus satan (phew); Funny fights, like my girlfriend versus Pamela Anderson; Fight of the Month, such as happy 2006 versus unhappy 2006; and the Last 20 fights.

So, don't get angry, don't get violent, and if you're gonna fight about something, Googlefight.


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