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Last Updated: Friday, 15 September 2006, 13:57 GMT 14:57 UK
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Your emails have continued to roll in, in the past week. James Mobbs got in touch to recommend a video which has turned up on YouTube, and it really is fascinating.

Imagine what would happen if you took a photo of yourself everyday for six years.

That is exactly what Noah Kalina has done. He is a New York photographer, and his video called Everyday is just a hypnotic watch.

Okay, he does not go from baby to old man, but you really can see him age, and we love the way he has managed to keep his eyes in the same place in every snap.


The Google Book
Another kind of Google

You may remember a couple of weeks back that Google issued instructions to all media on the correct use of its name, "in order to protect its trademark".

Apparently, we're not allowed to say "I googled it", we have to say "I conducted a Google search on it".

We can only assume the Google PR people did not think it had received enough press coverage that week.

You may also remember that we pointed out that people have actually been googling for decades - it is a cricketing term.

And it turns out, the Google was also something a lot more sinister.

Vincent Cartwright Vickers wrote The Google Book in 1913, and it seems to be some kind of children's monster book.

The Google itself probably looked like the image on the right. Mr Vicker's granddaughter Deborah has kindly sent us these scans of the book.

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