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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

What do you look for when you find Sundries?

The first batch of Sundries - through 2005 - has now been up for almost a month. So, what do people look for when they land on one of the Sundries pages?

Here's just a few of the items, from a few days of searches:

  • eighteenth century home remedies
  • French 18th century murderers
  • What did the people where [sic] in Spain during the 18th century
  • 18th century artistic production
  • important events in the 18th century
  • 18th century dublin poverty
  • 18th century
  • mozart as a child
  • talmouse
  • www.political theatre
  • 18th century first wheelchair
  • pet de nonne
  • 18th century french prison pictures
  • gossip literature england eighteenth century
  • croissants 18th century
  • no croissants
  • Bernardin de Saint-Pierre archives
  • claude manceron&
  • Thomas robertson invented
  • parson has lost his cloak
  • woodcock recipes
  • putain recipe
  • nice chickens
  • chevalier de la barre
  • James Edmondson virginia
  • talmouse mohamed
  • history of the wheelchair
  • France 18th Century drinks
  • 18th century print revolution
  • Pompeii eighteenth century
  • 17th century prisons
  • when did Zebulon Pike die and be born
  • took feloniously
  • 17th n 18th century chairs
There's lots more, but until I write a robot to go through my access log, I hope that'll do for now.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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