Girls these days tend to Google the guys they date. The hot chick who worked at the lobbying firm I worked at last Spring told me she Googled me like the day she met me. The trouble is, a girl might be turned off by what she finds (that girl liked it - she was into the stuff I am into, ableit from a differing philosophy).
I run a theology blog which also hosts a lot of links to magazine articles I've written on economics and politics. The website looks cool, but the content is horrifically boring if you are not seriously into economics, Calvinism, or foreign policy. My goal is to be with a chick who finds my intellectual side a positive, but I don't want to come off as boring. I think I already lost one girl because she came across my website, plus, the website is just my name spelled out, so whenever a chick Google's me she sees my website, a bunch of crap about me and Republican politics and loving Ron Paul, and horrifyingly, a prize-winning video game walkthrough hosted on IGN I wrote 7 years ago when I was a fat nerd in high school pops up.
So, are there any solutions to all this? Does anyone else have a strategy for dealing with what comes up when they are Googled?? I can't disconect with all this stuff, it's my livelihood and passions, but I hate it hurting my game. I thought about not even using my real name while sarging.