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Martha

Oh, this is great!

Last year, I went to a podcamp session about using Web 2.0 to do political organizing. The person leading the session said, with some distaste, that YouTube was overrun with videos of "cats flushing the toilet by themselves."

And I thought, "Like that's a bad thing?"

Markus Sandy

Fun graph! But I'd use them with some caution. It would be interesting to see a break down of the stats into categories of usage. For example, is someone truly blogging about dogs when they use the word to describe something in a pejorative manner? For example, "Baseball has gone to the dogs." Perhaps people write about cats and dogs equally but take dogs names in vain more often? I dunno. On the other hand, I wonder how the chart would change if a major sequel to the musical "Cats" came out next week.

linda Sherman

Beth, I discovered this blog thanks to the speaker list for BlogHer. I will be Back!!

I do hope that I have the opportunity to meet you there
@lindasherman

Nick H

Here's a bit of a plug for a related tool -- http://AtomicIQ.com

AtomicIQ presents charts and numerical data for blogs, YouTube, and mainstream news results.

A couple of features which might be useful:

-- You can export the data to a spreadsheet and work with it offline.

-- You can filter or “divide” these results by a second query. The filtering and “dividing” controls are relatively new to the search world. They can be used in different ways. For example, they allow a marketer to see which mobile phone maker is most associated with “3G” or “touch screen”.

It's free to use, so feel free to give it a whirl and any feedback is always welcome.

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