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What Were People Searching For in 2014?

Our friends at Google have posted the subjects people searched for the most in 2014.  It’s set up by category so you can browse through the different areas and drill down to more specifics.  There’s enormous information here for articles, blog posts, sermons, and essays.  Scientific American also posted some interesting insights as well as trending subjects that were searched on Google.  But remember, “Search” isn’t everything.  As Leon Wieseltier recently wrote in a brilliant piece in The New York Times:

“Searches for keywords will not provide contexts for keywords. Patterns that are revealed by searches will not identify their own causes and reasons. The new order will not relieve us of the old burdens, and the old pleasures, of erudition and interpretation.”

It’s a good quote to remember.  Ultimately, it’s not about “search,” it’s about the meaning of the search.  But do check out both sites I’ve listed and consider.   I’d love to hear your conclusions…

 

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