Thursday, January 06, 2005

Tandoor Again

Go to Yahoo! search and type "Sanjeev Kapoor Tandoor". Check out the first result. Neat eh? I just hope I don't get to hear from anyone's lawyers.
Before you ask, I didn't go around typing keywords on search engines to find out. Vanity has its limits. I just happened to notice that one of the visitors to my blog came from from Yahoo. Yep, I track visitors with statscounter. A little vanity is allowed :)
Strangely, google hasn't indexed my blog, and google owns blogspot.

6 comments:

Rallix said...

Hey you sound like one of those guys who always sends mails marked "importance: high".
Not sure if its vanity or deep rooted insecurity. Maybe you should watch Johnny Braco.

binux said...

Yes, all mails I send out are marked important. I am seeking attention all the time. But you know what Ralli-man, I manage to get all the attention I deserve. My blog gets listed on Yahoo, your's doesn't. Yes sir, Binux has arrived in life. Soon you'll find reports on the lavish parties I throw featured in Bangalore Times. Don't be such a sore loser. You still have a slim chance of basking in my reflected glory. Imagine - your pic on page 3 captioned "Well known socialite and blog king Binux signs autograph for friend".

pani said...

blogger does something so that blogspot sites are not indexed just because they are on blogspot.. read that somewhere on blogspot faq

Rallix said...

Bean-man, sorry to spill the beans, but a samosa party at Vadilal is *not* considered a lavish party. Though you might still make it to page 3, as the man who didn't bathe for 25 years, for instance. That would take you 25 years to appear on page 3, but thats still your best bet.
Of course, you could make it to page 3 of my forthcoming bestseller "Bean there, done that" if you're good to me.

Brijesh said...

Rallix.. do you still get J. Bravo on cartoon network.. hmm i am missing those...

binux said...

There is an old Chinese proverb that says that the first one who resorts to violence or brings up the matter of his opponent's personal hygiene habits has lost the argument.
Thankfully fame hasn't made me lose my humility and compassion. Ralli-man, you need help. I know someone who can drill little holes in your head to let some of that evil out.