Sharkblog’s next important step is a central hub of information: the Hideous Hybrid Menagerie! (Coming soon.)
Just in time for the Detroit Auto Show, I am ready to unveil the 2012 BilGaines.com, now with more Sharkblog!
Dunkleosteus was the largest fish the world had ever known. And she was beautiful.
Stephen King was nearly eaten by a damn shark!
100 Facts About Sharks | 100 Facts About Sharks. Finally. A useful book on sharks. Check this site often. Apparently, there is …
This excites me for dorky reasons.
Some biomechanical researcher has been studying sharks’ tails and how they operate. This spells certain doom.
Keywords are a pretty major part of my SEO “strategy,” so I figured I should finally learn what keywords are.
Barry Manilodon is a massive, ancient sea beast with broad pop sensibilities and jaws that could swallow a Volkswagen.
Ahhhh…that was some good Shark Week.
Gaines, Chicago Green Parenting Examiner…Sort of like Walker, Texas Ranger, but without the hat.
In the ongoing quest to create an SEO campaign based on fictional shark-beasts, I have reached what I feel is an important milestone: I spotted my first organic shark-based search click this week.
Amazon.com has found me, and they want me to dress my daughter in sea monster outfits.
Additionally: free beer, free pot, free heroine, free mushrooms, free methamphetamines, free HBO and free sex.
Whatever you think this is, you’re right.
Google’s got a new way to blend people and technology, and it’s not the Borg. Yet.
Searching for “Eagle Shark” on Google Images produced some disturbing results.
As I’ve stated before, Sharkblog is a hybrid: one part freak shark museum and one part SEO experiment…