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Thursday, June 15, 2006 3:31 pm
Googling Shakespeare
Posted by: Keir Graff

I have of late – but wherefore I know not – forgotten the words to my favorite soliloquies…and indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition that I find I must Google Shakespeare.

(On another note: I wonder when the word “Google” will finally stop sounding like the perfect verb for naughty double entendres? When can we speak of “Googling” ourselves without shame? Of course, Googling oneself is inherently shameful, no matter how we express it…so I guess the answer to my question is: never.)

One Response to “Googling Shakespeare”
  1. Rolf - Shakespeare Admirer Says:

    Keir, I’m currently on a ‘Shakespeare trip’ across the web. I started Googling(!), and then hopped from page to page, following links until I got stuck and back to Google and again ‘Shakespeare’ in the search window and off we go! You ought to try this, it’s fun and astonishing what you find!


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