Google's stated mission, after all, is "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful."This makes it seem like we've become much better at sharing. We share our music (as long as the Recording Industry Association of America doesn't sue us), we blog our thoughts, we pass videos to one another with the ease of a link.On the Net: Does Google inspire sharing or not? - washingtonpost.com
But at the same time, we have no patience when it comes to sharing this information personally. The Internet has essentially made questions from one person to another beginning "Do you know ... ?" somewhat obsolete.
Who needs a smart buddy when you've got Google, the Internet Movie Database and (gulp) Wikipedia?
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