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It seems that for a little while last week, there were more searches worldwide for “Raspberry Pi” than there were for “Lady Gaga” and "Chuck Norris"...

Posted by HumbleLinux on Mar 9th, 2012

Google trends shows that for a little while last week, there were more searches worldwide for “Raspberry Pi” than there were for “Lady Gaga”.


Numbers are not known, because G keeps information for its private use and does not show them.

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HumbleLinux Mar 11 2012, 5:38am says:

also than Chuck Norris ...

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