A Googolplex of Google numbers

I previously wrote about my own notion of your Google number, and subsequently about more variants on idea. Based on further comments, I now offer the idea of a Google vector. Your Google vector has both position and length.

If a Google vector is represented as (P, L), then P = the number of the first entry about you, and L = the number of consecutive entries from that first one which are also about you.

Today, my Google vector is (6,1): when I enter Richard Dale into Google the sixth entry is about me, but the seventh is not (only one entry the first time I am mentioned). My partner Greg Gretsch has a Google vector of (1, 53) as far as I can tell (the first 53 consecutive entries are about him).

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