I’m Somebody!!

For the longest time, Google thought I was a typo. When you searched for “Kevin Lawver“, it used to tell me that I was nobody. It used to tell everyone that they really meant “Kevin Lawlor”, whoever that is. But, no longer!! I am somebody now!! We’ve been using me as the spellcheck query at work long enough that Google’s figured out that I really exist, and “Lawver” is spelled correctly (how sad is it when the entire world, including major search engines, misspell your last name?). Now, when you search for me, I am me, and Google doesn’t think you’ve made a mistake. Heck, if you misspell me, it tries to point you back to me! How cool is that?

This totally makes my day. Thanks to Franco for pointing it out.

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By Kevin Lawver

Web developer, Software Engineer @ Gusto, Co-founder @ TechSAV, husband, father, aspiring social capitalist and troublemaker.


  1. That prompted me to google for myself, and what do you know – i’m the first result. AND it suggests me if I search for “Steve Chipan” or “Steve Chipmen”.
    One of those results that isnt me lists Steve Chipman as having the alias “DJ Reyalto”. I like it. I wonder if the other me would mind me calling me that.
    “Hello, I’m Steve, but you may call me DJ Reyalto.”

  2. That’s kind of cool to mispell your name and see Google suggest your name.
    I’m a star!

  3. That minister guy can’t be OUR famous Kevin—I mean, really, check out the site! Would OUR Kevin has so many typos, not to mention the format? What is all of that flashing stuff going on? There is a slight resemblance, except that the hair is dark. Maybe it is the alter ego Judd coming back. And where did all those kids come from?

  4. I keep meaning to e-mail him, but I just never seem to get around to it. It would go something like: “Hi Kevin Lawver, I’m Kevin Lawver!” (a la Dave Gorman)

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