It's always pretty funny when someone unleashes a Google bomb. This week, someone unleashed one on the Jonas Brothers (which has since been, mostly, expunged):
 Members of an online community can affect the results of Google searches a/k/a "Google bombing" by linking their sites to a chosen one. Blogger Adam Mathes invented the practice in 2001, when he used it to link the phrase "talentless hack" to a friend's website. The search engine can actually be manipulated by a fairly small group of users. You may remember the pretty famous prank on George W. Bush, where if you typed in the phrase "miserable failure," you were directed to a biography of The President on the White House website. . .