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Friday, 16 December 2011 10:38

Rebecca Black tops Google Zeitgeist list for 2011

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It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday


Google has released the list of the hottest search subjects, attention grabbing people and events of 2011 and as it turns out, teen “singer” Rebecca Black tops the list.

The Google Zeitgeist list ranked Black ahead of Google+ and late Jackass star Ryan Dunn. Casey Anthony ranked fourth and she is not very likely to win any Mother of The Year awards, either. Speaking of killing people, Battlefield 3 ranked fifth, while Apple’s elusive iPhone 5 came in sixth.

Record breaking singer Adele ranked seventh, ahead of some sad news, the Fukushima nuclear disaster and Apple founder Steve Jobs, which ranked eighth and ninth. The iPad 2 came in tenth, although it should probably be avoided like tuna from Fukushima.

So there you have it, Friday was the biggest disaster of 2011, not the Fukushima Daiichi meltdown or the death of Steve Jobs.

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