Good parenting 2.0Capitalize on the first-mover advantage of having unique name
- 13 March, 2008
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Yesterday I Googled each of our kids for the first time, in the form "John Smith".
No, we did not name our kids John Smith. And here's why: there are 4,640,000 results for "John Smith" on Google.
But for each of our kids? None. Zero. Zip.
Sure, our kids may eventually complain that we took them to MacWorld instead of Disney World. Or that we spent too much time blogging, when we could have been bonding.
But they will never, ever have to worry about being unfindable on Google.
And isn't that what good parenting is all about?