Thank you all Jeeves Fans, and the BBC!
Well, it looks like we're now being covered by the BBC. I've placed a link to the article on this page, and want to thank the people who have commented thus far for their enthusiasm and eloquence. Please keep it up, I expect some US papers will be covering us soon enough.
I'm still trying to sift through all the wonderful comments, but there are getting to be so many and there are so many outstanding observations I'm both overwhelmed and moved at the creativity of you, the everyday users. I'll try to keep up as best as I can, but the most important thing is to keep spreading the word, send out emails, tell your friends, send messages to Jeeves and IAC company sites, post on newsgroups and blogs, wherever you can, until the company leadership gets the message.
Also, my sincere apologies to our UK friends, but we yanks do use an alternate (if somewhat cruder) form of the english language, and to us -- the Jeeves character is a butler. (In fact, here a valet is a person who parks cars for a living). But if valet is the term and spirit in which he was created, I'm okay with that as well, and I stand corrected. I hope this publicity and his continued usage on the Ask Jeeves site as the internet's MOST recognizable face brings many more young readers to discover the joys of PG Wodehouse.