Google report gauges Philadelphia’s online search habits

    For all that time you spend on the Internet, Google’s Zeitgeist report shows a couple snoozers in Philadelphians’ search habits.

    Every year, the company complies its national report on what people around the world are searching for through Google.com. Top hits included Rebecca Black, Casey Anthony and Steve Jobs.

    Except in Philadelphia, where we seem to prefer information over entertainment.

    NewsWorks partner Technically Philly has broken down the Philadelphia portion of the Zeitgeist report, and the top query in our region is . . . drumroll please . . . SEPTA.

    The Philadelphia School District and Pa. unemployment were the next-most popular searches. Reading Terminal Market came in at No. 10.

    But spots seven and nine went to some unusual suspects: Franklin Mills Mall and Sesame Place.

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