What Google Autocomplete Tells Us About Ourselves
Performing age related searches such as “I’m 15 and”; and then letting Google take over with its autocomplete this short video gives a depressing look at what’s on our collective minds.
Via Marius B:
Using billions of searches, Google has prototyped an anonymous profile of its users.
This reflects the fears, inquiries, preoccupations, obsessions and fixations of the human being at a certain age and our evolution through life
While search results may vary, Marius indicates in the video’s comment thread that “the queries are made in the “incognito tab” with no user signed in, no cookies nor history and with a permanent paid VPN targeting US.”
Note how the most important facet of this story is not how she swam out and physically saved two people from drowning in a riptide at the risk of her own life, but that during the course of heroic physical activity in an outfit not designed for it, a tit slipped out.
Really? A nipple? A nipple made an appearance when she was dragging her son and a woman twice her size out of strong currents?
WELL HOLY SHIT, STOP THE MOTHER FUCKING PRESS
white feminists will come out of the woodworks to defend a white woman whom WoC had the audacity to call ugly, going on and on about how calling other women ugly is anti-feminist and counterproductive to “the cause”
but what are y’all saying to magazine editors when they…
Ethiopian girl guarded from gang rape & assault by three lions.
“The girl had been taken by seven men who wanted to force her to marry one of them. She was beaten repeatedly. Then the lions chased off her captors. The three lions guarded her for about half a day. They stood guard until we found her and then they just left her like a gift and went back into the forest.”
Then, Stuart Williams (the local wildlife ‘expert’) suggests that perhaps the lions mistook the 12 year old girl’s cries for a lion cub. Which seems awfully silly, considering that lions are perfectly capable of telling apart the gazelles they eat from their own cubs, aren’t they?
"A magazine article is like a strip tease. Whereas a newspaper article is like being flashed on the subway."