name for the fear of zombies
Ah… The triumphant return of Search Term Haiku; the last one was back in March (with the February terms). We switched hosting providers in that time and it’s taken a little while to adjust1. Anyway, some config tweaks later and we’ve got it reporting enough of the month’s search terms to be able to put together these haikus again.
While we’re on the subject of search terms… Well over it looks like 86 searches containing “zombie” led people to this site in April alone. And another 19 searches for (of all things) ambulothanatophobia. What gives? All of the sudden I feel like an authority on the subject; only Max Brooks2 carries more clout than me at this point, eh?
Also, as a special bonus round to this month’s Search Term Haiku:
how do the damn pipes
under the kitchen sink fit
“Search Term Haiku” is a series wherein I examine this site’s log files and construct one or more haiku poems from search terms and phrases that led visitors to the site. Where possible, I attempt to keep the search phrases intact. However, as these are haiku poems, I do need to follow the rules.
- FuitadNet used awStats (which I like better and feel is a bit more comprehensive) while DreamHost deploys Analog by default. [↩]
- Anyone know how to get in touch with him? Maybe I can get “ambulothanatophobia” into the appendix of his next edition… [↩]
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One Response to Search Term Haiku: April 2007
Just admit you’re brilliant to have come up with a word for the phobia, because you’re now the leader of the ATP’s. :]