Tasmanians had a penchant for sport, tragic deaths, and new technology in 2014, according to Google.
The web giant has released its Year in Search 2014, showing the top trending searches in several categories and countries.
The Examiner can now reveal Tasmania's top 10 trending searches for the year.
Drum roll please . . .
1) World Cup
2) Robin Williams
3) iPhone 6
5) Malaysia Airlines
6) Tasmanian election
7) Phillip Hughes
8) Charlotte Dawson
9) Jennifer Lawrence
Google also gave us an inside look into what almost made it into the top 10 - Bogan Hunters was number 11 on the list.
While Tasmanians had the top two searches in common with the rest of Australia, there were a couple of differences.
iPhone 6 and Tasmanian election were replaced in the national list by Schapelle Corby and mobile game Flappy Bird (note: I had to Google that).
Globally, the top-10 searches were Robin Williams; World Cup; Ebola; Malaysia Airlines; ALS Ice Bucket challenge; Flappy Bird; Conchita Wurst; ISIS; Frozen; Sochi Olympics.
The lists are determined by how much a term or phrase has increased in searching compared to the previous year.