Saturday, April 23, 2005


Googlewhack The Priest

Ah well: the new Abu Grahib report bumped my Weekend Edition segment to next week. But for those curious, this week's New Scientist carries my article on Casimir Zeglen, the Polish priest who demonstrated a innovative bulletproof vest he'd invented in 1897 by going around and getting... well, shot in it.

For the moment, at least, the utter obscurity of Zeglen now makes his name in my NS piece a googlewhack -- search for "Casimir Zeglen," and you only get one hit. (Until, at least, Google finds this blog...)

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