American Scientist is tracking the popularity of celebrities in an article about celebrities & the internet, featuring the Lycos 50. The CB's lsdollylovesclay writes:
My daughter subscribes to the magazine and found an article that deals with tracking who's hot and who's not...the author called collecting data an algorithmic challenge and describes a way to compile rankings for searches on the internet. Clay's name is not mentioned in the article, but he does show up on the Lycos 50 Rank graph...my daughter laughed, "He's everywhere" image
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