Through The Google Lens: Search Trends April 3-9

If you’ve e'er searched Google for the lyrics to Don McLean’s “American Pie,” this was your lucky week. The manuscript of the classic vocal sold for $1.2 meg this week, prompting its author to verbalize publicly for the showtime fourth dimension e'er almost what it all meant—giving searchers about novel answers. There was enough else to search for this week, though, alongside drama taking house on the diamond, inwards the courtroom, together with on TV screens.

Take me out to the ballgame
When i door closes, about other opens. The same could endure said of sporting seasons. March Madness came to a nail-biting unopen on Mon alongside a Duke victory over Wisconsin, together with on Tuesday UConn took their 3rd win inwards a row inwards the women’s tournament. But piece the Blue Devils together with Huskies were celebrating, the focus shifted to Major League Baseball, which kicked off its novel flavor on Sunday. As bats cracked across the country, people searched for their favorite teams, players, together with game schedules.
If baseball’s non for you, mayhap the grass is greener on the golf game course? This year’s Masters Golf Tournament is similar a shot inwards total swing inwards Augusta, Ga. There were more than a meg searches for the “tradition different whatsoever other” on Wed alone—and search involvement inwards [hole inwards one] increased past times to a greater extent than than 1,000 per centum afterward six-time Masters champ Jack Nicklaus scored an ace at the tournament’s par-3 contest.

Crime together with punishment
H5N1 white constabulary officeholder inwards South Carolina was charged alongside the murder of an unarmed 50-year erstwhile dark homo this week. The officer, Michael T. Slager, claimed that he fired at Walter Scott because he feared for his safety, but a bystander’s video of the shooting showed Slager burn downward 8 shots at Scott’s dorsum every bit the homo ran away. The video reignited debates almost the exercise of lethal strength past times police, specially against dark men—a topic that has been inwards the intelligence for months next the deaths of Michael Brown inwards Ferguson, Mo., together with Eric Garner inwards New York. Search involvement inwards constabulary brutality increased past times 150 percent, together with at that topographic point were to a greater extent than than one-half a meg searches for Walter Scott every bit people turned to the spider web to inquire questions almost how together with why the resultant unfolded:
On Wednesday, a jury establish Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on all xxx charges for his locomote inwards the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. People turned to search to larn to a greater extent than almost the lawsuit together with what’s side past times side for Tsarnaev, who could confront the boot the bucket penalty. Between the lawsuit together with the upcoming 2015 Boston Marathon, it’s no surprise the term “Boston Strong” is trending on search every bit well.

Drama on demand
It was a proficient calendar week for TV fans. On Sunday, “Mad Men” returned for its in conclusion season, bringing people to search for the show’s history, sort together with more. Then, on Tuesday, cord cutters rejoiced—and searched—when HBO introduced its long-awaited standalone streaming app HBO Now simply inwards fourth dimension for the 5th flavor of “Game of Thrones.” Plus, trailers dropped for the upcoming seasons of both “True Detective” together with “Orange is the New Black.” And finally, when intelligence broke that David Lynch won’t endure component of Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” reboot, the sort protested alongside a video campaign that simply happened to overlap alongside the 25th anniversary of the show’s premiere. Whew. Now you lot simply accept to uncovering fourth dimension to sentinel all that.
Tip of the week
“Ok Google, when produce the Nationals play?” Stay upwardly to engagement alongside upcoming games together with scores for all your favorite teams this baseball game flavor alongside the Google app.


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