Blekko is some form of near inverse from Google. I played this in Excel and can’t come up with a satisfactory mathematical relationship, but I’m certain of the general idea. As a matter of fact, it is intuitively obvious that Blekko is a phonetic quasi-inverse of Google. Match up the k’s with the o’s, (going smooth vowel to sharp consonant), and compare the final “o” in Blekko with the starting “G” in Google. The “L” carries over – which is noteworthy.

In any case, the idea must have been to present the conception of an inverse or counterpart of Google. The double k is unnecessary. That convinces me all the more, and had me searching for a mathematical pattern. Too bad I stink at math. I’ll stick with crazy – I’m better at it.

One more insane thought – your “Blech…” comments remind me a famous Ble[t]ch: Bletchley Park. They did strange things with names for things and the numbers that describe them.

]]>I remember how ridiculous “Cisco” sounded back in 1983. Hey Seeesko, thees ees Paaancho…

And Yahooooooooo-ooo? Remember the first time you heard that?

In the 70′s, do you remember when you saw that hot chick that you were google-eyed?

And with a name like Blek Kohbahma, people would always advise me to change my name. That was, however, before the 2010 presidential election.

Now I am getting job offers almost every day from Las Vegas.

Go figure.

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