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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Humour/Humor: Satirical Article on Google


Humour/Humor

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible.

So what does Google really want to do with information that it can't index?
Like data on hard disks not indexed by Google Desktop Search, copyrighted books that can't be indexed under Google Print, IM chats that are not saved, and so on.

Simple. Destroy it. Enter Google Purge to do the honors.
Read this satirical feature from The Onion on Google and its plans to destroy all information that it can't index. So the next time you search for a book on Google you will easily find it, as all those books that are not searchable won't exist! ;-)