If everything is on the web, then that means that some really, really weird stuff is on the web.
This page begs several questions:
Why is Google tracking the number of ways that people misspell "Britney Spears"?
Why are they putting the results on a publicly viewable page?
What does it say about computer users, as a class, that over three months, there were over 600k queries for "Britney Spears"?
What could anyone want to know or see that isn't already public knowledge?
What does it say about computer users, as a class, that nearly one-fourth of the queries were misspelled?
I didn't know there were 592 ways to misspell "Britney Spears". (Okay, I realize that isn't a question.)