Is Sunday boredom a thing of the past?
I occasionally get curious about what brings people to my blogs, and for a long time one of the top queries on search engines that brought people to this blog was “what to do on Sunday when you’re bored?” The latest statistics show that those have dropped quite a long way down the list. Here are the most popular queries for the last year, from 1 February 2011:
|what is google installer||625|
|what is a miracle||197|
|pictures of jesus||172|
|vassula ryden 2011||163|
|ic xc ni ka||145|
|what to do on sunday||130|
|shamanism and christianity||122|
|things to do on a sunday||120|
The all-time figures (since this blog started in February 2006) show those queries much higher on the list:
|what to do on sunday||1,570|
|what is google installer||1,256|
|stuff to do on a sunday||795|
|what to do on sundays||787|
|stuff to do on sunday||722|
|google installer is trying to access the internet||625|
|what to do on a sunday||515|
I’m glad to see that there is quite a lot of interest in Dorothy Day.
I wonder why there is such a lot of interest in “reactive policing” — very few people leave comments on that topic to indicate why they find it interesting, or what prompted them to enter it as a search term.