I detected a couple of new trends this month, adding to the Eva lemon enthusiasts, and the ones looking for people whose names appear in my genealogy. Both are driven by the wonderfully dumb “Ask Jeeves” engine.
The first looks like people trying to research their homework (questions about planets without moons or rings, or the land under the sea, or worker bee leg adaptations) — and may Eschaton preserve them if they use what they find on my pages.
The second is more of a shock, as my site gets amazingly high (often first place!) ratings on queries about girls' kecks or rainwear fetishism.
Though I was amused by the hit my old RPG pages got for Superhero 2044.