One fine Saturday morning (actually afternoon 🙂 ) when I woke up I thought of googling my name ( Sumit Ramani ) to know my popularity index. It took 0.15 seconds for google to aver:
Did you mean: SUMMIT Ramani , enough to spoil my weekend. As most of you might have guessed, I rattled off everything that came to my mind.,thank God nobody was around :).
I thought to try to search for same on other search engines but could not muster up courage for almost three hours. After much deliberation, I typed my name on yahoo, with my eyes almost shut :). Sumit Dhar’s Page (Hey, no offense indented ) was the first result :P. Obviously, Yahoo deserved severe punishment for the sin. But this time I decided to go Mahatma Gandhi way, non-violence. I took an oath, “I won’t you use Yahoo from now on”. Soon I realized, to imagine a life without yahoo messenger is difficult 🙁 ,what followed next was obvious 😛
Things didn’t end here, hesitantly I tried Live Search by msn. I scribbled my name in search bar and pat came the reply:
Were you looking for “Summit Ramon“ ? 😛 .Was wondering what restrained search engines from saying something like “Who the hell is Sumit Ramani ?” After all, there responses were equally brusque :P.
The big question is where exactly the problem lies, with search engines or with me?
My take: Search engines have long way to go!!
Dare to comment?? 🙂