Monday, January 4, 2010

The Intertubes Are Overheating This Morning

Infinonymous is more popular today -- before 10 a.m. -- than it is in the average 24-hour period. (Since the internationally acclaimed siege of Oakland, anyway.)

Who is Intertubing this way this morning? And why?

The first question is easier to answer. Just about every law firm in town (and some in Harrisburg, Philadelphia and D.C.). Lots of university traffic, mostly from Pitt and CMU. The banks. The city-paid Googler, and someone who arrives by Googling "Onorato" every time that name is mentioned. The URA. "County of Allegheny." State legislature.

(Plus, a first-time customer from the Fifth Judicial District of Pennsylvania. Hi, Jim.)

The second question merits contemplation. More on that later.

UPDATE: Numerous referrals from Facebook. Can anyone explain?

UPPERDATE: The Propositions Board (far right column) lines on City Council President (and Dowd vote) are CLOSED. Also, management feels compelled to advise that the Prevailing Wage Veto Letter Author lines on Tiger Woods (let alone that Tiger passed it on from one of his harem girls) were posted in jest, but management will continue to take those wagers from those who insist.

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