Alison Zeidman Wants to Be Your Personal Googler

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On May 4th, the Internet was proven to be, as so many uncles in the 90’s prophesied, just a fad. NYC comedian Alison Zeidman offered to replace the Internet, Google more specifically, two days ago. First, you submit your Google search to Zeidman through a form or by tweeting @LetMeBeGoogle. Then, within 24 hours Zeidman responds to your query. When asked how she’d handle the terrible weirdness people frequently search for, Zeidman responded, “I really have not thought this through”. As vast as the Internet is, Zeidman found it’s major weakness; it lacks the personal touch of an artisan Googler. Of course Zeidman will be using the Internet to become the Internet, but that’s a minor issue to be worked out soon enough.

Originally Zeidman promised answers within 24 hours, but she’s since added a Platinum Club where you can get your googled answers in less than half that time if you add the #platinumsearchclub.

“Last Week Tonight” writer Josh Gondelman retweeted Zeidman’s project, which is more legit than any references the Internet’s got.

Zeidman is a New York-based stand-up comedian and writer who’s been featured in the New York Times, Time Out New York, Reductress.com, and right here on The Interrobang where Alison wrote about her monthly shows The Banter Show!and Dark Spots at The Creek & The Cave (first Friday at 10pm and first Saturday at 10pm, respectively).

Be like adnrew who found out the easy way that he doesn’t need to waste his time with bulletproof coffee, or Amie who wanted to know the real story behind a photo of a raccoon carrying a cat, only to find out that she learned more than she wanted to know.

 

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The most notable lies Rachel Crowe has ever told were that she has 10 children (no twins), she’s running a marathon retracing the path her ancestors took to evade the IRS and that she found childcare for 10 on a Saturday night. She’s also a stand-up comedian and dog walker living in Los Angeles. Follow Rachel on Twitter @Racheddar or on Instagram @thelma_and_disease. Or don’t, but at least appreciate those fresh hot puns.