Google yourself


Once in a while you should do a google search on yourself.  In the town where I grew up there was a well known concrete layer called Paul Andrew.  I found this intriguing.  After a lapse at the local public library I tried to borrow a book and was told my card was invalid because it had been reissued to another Paul Andrew who was 7 years old.


I just found myself in the credits for the Data Access Aplication Block.  I really like this block and I used it a lot when it first came out always sending feedback to the developers.


http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnbda/html/daab-rm.asp


I have no idea what this page says.  I think it’s me in the list because it was me in the english version.

Comments (18)

  1. Dave says:

    It’s called Ego-Surfing

  2. Paul Andrew says:

    Ha ha, so it is. http://www.egosurfing.org. That’ll teach me for not doing my own research.

  3. Jason Nadal says:

    word lingo.com says (russian->english):

    Edited by Nensi Michell

    Author of heading, answering the letters of the readers, are examined such questions as storage SQL- data, length URL- demand, etc.

    Questions and commentaries send with the address …etc.

  4. Mohamed-Ali Aieriemi says:

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  5. Betrai Taylor says:

    True Gamer, From Oklahoma, Straight G

  6. charlie killick says:

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  7. Sonya White says:

    Hey

  8. Andrew Rodger says:

    hi

  9. kerry lambert says:

    hi

  10. candise labate says:

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  11. adam fuchs says:

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  12. candise loves adam says:

    hello everyone

  13. William Craynor says:

    hello

  14. reg stewart says:

    b

  15. Melanie Burne says:

    hello

  16. mabel ann watkins says:

    Hello

  17. Logan Miller says:

    He’s my cousin