So, I've been hearing a lot on NPR about this new search engine that's available to do certain kinds of searches better than Google searches. I think it has a lot to do with math, and data, and information-gathering, as opposed to giving the answer to "subjective" questions (like, "who is the most super-cool blogging minister/sex-educator who's not named Debra Haffner?"). It's called Wolfram Alpha, after its founder. And hey, if you create some sort of crazy search engine that can compare the GDPs in ratio form of the US and Canada over a 40-year period, hell, you deserve to have that search engine named after you!
It's just that, every time I hear the name, I cannot help but think of Wolfram and Hart, the evil law-firm-cum-ruler-of-the-Angel-multi-verse. I am sure there is no real connection, but it still creeps me out just a little bit.
And, in case you were wondering, I always kinda thought that Joss Whedon didn't do enough with the wolf, ram and hart imagery (get it?) in the Angel multi-verse. There were definitely some missed opportunities to really flesh that out. But what we mostly got was, "Eeeeeeeevilllllllllllllllllll corporation, run by eeeeeeeeeeeevilllllllllllllllllllllllllll lawyers!" Meh.