If you're an average internet user the chances are this year you have Googled the terms Justin Bieber, Chatroulette and, inevitably, the iPad.
Sneak certainly did, probably in that order, and was therefore pleased to see he is ABC1 when it comes to internet searches, after Google's 2010 Zeitgeist list revealed this year's top search trends.
The fastest rising overall search was for weirdo-naked-people video service Chatroulette, followed by Apple's tip-top tablet, the iPad, while Justin Bieber came ahead of Kate Perry for the fastest rising person search.
The iPad won the fastest rising consumer electronic search, followed closely by its smaller stable mate, the iPhone4.
Perhaps surprisingly the Nokia 5530, HTC Evo 4G and Nokia N900 all made their way into the top ten as well, but there was no sign of any Android or Windows Mobile searches, or any other major piece of kit.
Perhaps tellingly, Otterbox (who comes up with these names Sneak wonders), a company that specialises in cases for smartphones was a top ten search in consumer electronics, underlying the issues Apple saw with its iPhone 4.
Right, with just a few weeks left before the end of the year, Sneak's off to try and get Katy Perry ahead of Bieber in that most searched for person list
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