Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on June 19, 2002

Alert the FBI: I often like to check up and see what brought people to my site. Sitemeter does an awfully good job of that for a good price -- free. A vast majority of people come here from either bookmarks or Instapundit.

But, by far the most interesting source of visitors often comes from the search engines.

I had a visitor today (Jun 19 2002 10:17:15 am EDT) from the Broward County, Fla., library who was using google with the following search terms: "organizing terrorist cells."

My Web site came up second on the list (of two items). I would also like to note that there is no information anywhere on my site that would give direction on how to organize a terrorist cell (and neither did the other site that pops up using these search terms). Unfortunately this would-be terrorist would have only found reference to stem cell research and terrorism.

To refresh your memory, several of the terrorists spent time down in Florida -- and were reportedly using public library computers. The FBI might want to head down to Florida and do a little more checking -- I don't think they've detained all of the people who need to be detained.


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