January 25th, 2012

geek, mac

My Google Categories, Let Me Show You Them

Poor Google. They got a lot wrong.

Below you can review the interests and inferred demographics that Google has associated with your cookie. You can remove or edit these at any time.
Arts & Entertainment
Arts & Entertainment - Comics & Animation - Comics
Arts & Entertainment - Movies - Science Fiction & Fantasy Films
Beauty & Fitness - Fashion & Style - Fashion Modeling
News - Politics
Online Communities - Blogging Resources & Services
Online Communities - Social Networks
Reference - General Reference - Time & Calendars
Science - Astronomy
Shopping - Apparel - Women's Clothing

Your demographics
We infer your age and gender based on the websites you've visited. You can remove or edit these at any time.
Age: 25-34
Gender: Female


No, I am not especially interested in comics. I'm text-based, thanks. Few if any of my favorite movies are SF, although I read SF/F books. My interest in fashion modeling lies solely in the vast and widening gap in physique between models and average women. I like astronomy and love the stars, but my scientific passion is geology.

Yes on blogging, social media, and politics.

Either I'm amazingly immature for my age, or Google doesn't know many 52-year-old women.

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Byron

Jersey Girl Alert!

The first Stephanie Plum novel (Janet Evanovich writes them) is coming out as a movie. Debbie Reynolds as Grandma Mazur! Can she play Hungarian?

The books are problematic in lots of ways, but they do capture and celebrate the Jersey/Philly working-class ethnic addytood. (This is something people there are *proud of*, not an external stereotype.) I'm just afraid the books will be WASPified beyond recognition.

The casting of Morelli and Ranger looks good. I'm not so sure about Katherine Heigl as Stephanie.

Anyone interested in going? I'll be away until 2/6, but I could see it opening night.

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