Bill Murray Imitating Crying Baby Wins The Internet

Let?s face it. Bill Murray is more awesome than you, me, your friends, my friends, our families. He more awesome than Garfield and Ghostbusters 3. Just ask Dan Aykroyd about that. Anyway, Murray?s commitment to being awesome (and succeeding at ?
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Unearth trends and useless facts alike with Google’s new Top Charts

Unearth trends and useless facts alike with Google's new Top Charts

Google revealed a new feature of Google Trends today, announcing that Top Charts will now be published every month.

The Top Charts are similar to Google’s annual Zeitgeist feature wherein Google publishes a year’s worth of search trends every December.

The new Top Charts will do the same, only monthly.

Google’s first Top Charts, published today, reveal stats ranging from top-searched actors (Selena Gomez) to top “quick service restaurants” (Pizza Hut) and dog breed (pit bull).

Indispensable knowledge

Currently only statistics from the U.S. are available, but Google promises that more countries are “coming soon.”

Google’s 2012 Zeitgeist revealed last year that “Gangnam Style” was the top search term in Australia, and we’ve no doubt that Top Charts will eventually convey equally indispensable facts.

Google’s Top Charts are built on the search giant’s Knowledge Graph and purport to show actual trends and not just raw keyword data.

The Top Chart lists are divided up into categories like actors, scientists, TV shows, whiskeys, and dozens more. There are 40 total.

Search of the moment

Google also unveiled a curious new animated visualization of the top trending search terms that updates automatically in real time.

It fills the browser with changing colors and search terms in a variety of languages, and can be customized to show different regions and terms.

The Google Trends homepage will now show elements of these new features, as well as the standard trends features that you’re accustomed to.

LinkedIn Has Definitely Acqui-Hired Maybe, Omar Hamoui’s Polling Startup, Minus Hamoui Himself

call her maybe screenshotFresh from closing its purchase of newsreading app Pulse, LinkedIn has made another acquisition to dive deeper into the mobile space. TechCrunch has found out, and confirmed, that the social network has aqui-hired Maybe, the social polling startup founded by Omar Hamoui — the man who set up, ran and then sold mobile ad company AdMob to Google for $750 million.

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