Back in October I thought it might be interesting for Miscellaneotopia if I were to simply Google the word “utopia” and report my findings. On the first page of search results alone, I turned up the Wikipedia page on Utopia, an online role-playing game called Utopia that has apparently been around since 1998 (plus two additional sites that offer tools for maximizing play!), a sixteen-city fiber-optic network in Utah called Utopia, a salon in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio called Utopia (this one comes up, no doubt, because I live one city over from Cuyahoga Falls), a line of eyewear (goggles and the like) for surfers and motocross riders, an Ohio-based motorcycle upholstery business specializing in a custom seat design called “The Utopia,” a website called Utopia: Asian Gay & Lesbian Resources, the Dictionary.com definition of utopia, and the text of Thomas More’s Utopia hosted on an instructor webpage at Oregon State University. I’m not sure what I was expecting to come up having performed such a search, but the results were, well, diverse—to say the least. It might be interesting for other Utopus Discovered readers to Google utopia and report their first-page findings too. Takers?