I'm not quite sure how the bot did it as I was partially avoiding my last name. my best guess is that my del.icio.us/diane page had my full name in its profile and google figured out the relationship from the link I added. Or perhaps I posted a comment in a blogger comment with my name and linked it to this blog.
Unfortunately the first link hit is someone who is not me.
This must be fixed--there can be only one Diane Trout (on the Internet).
(However there are only two hits on the first page that aren't me, and if you look through the following pages, they are again mostly me. I got bored after counting that about 15 of the first 70 hits weren't me.)
I do, however, want to dominate the first page of google hits.
Also since my pages have been linked, I'm going to give in and link to my work stuff. This does have some risk that employers wont like me and wont hire me because of being queer or something. But since being better known also up the chances of getting hired, I'm just going to pretend that those forces will work out in the end. I find it easier to only manage one brand.