Ben Silverman is often said that kind of Google fans. He is a producer and a former genius broker, the representative of the "who wants to be a millionaire" into the United States television. Mr. Silverman Google lunch with people, Google breaking news, restaurant reviews and obscure lyrics, Google reality show contestants to make sure they don’t have nude on the internet. At the same time, as each narcissistic Hollywood actor, he is not convinced of his own Google.

"all the people on the phone said, ‘I bet I can find more than you on Google."" Not long ago, he said, "this has become a new ability to play."

it’s more like a new myth. About 200 million times every day through the search records, Google, the most popular Internet search engine, "a lot of users in the hearts of almost religious nature," said Janes Joseph, associate professor at University of Washington in Seattle, he opened the door of a Google on the course of the semester students. "A few years ago, you would talk to a trusted friend about arthritis, or where to send your kids to school, or where to go on vacation. Now we turn to Google."


has become a verb, for many people means a lot of things, such as: a dictionary, a detective, a matchmaker, a menu, a massage, a good brain new accessories. Behind the colorful logo, Google is changing the culture and consciousness. Perhaps not, perhaps it is the largest of the time in the world devourer, an empty rabbit hole, according to Nielsen/Net Ratings report, January, 60 million Americans looking for long lost Prom dates, and "Doogie Howser M.D." (the American Broadcasting Company in 1989 -1993 TV drama theme song).

"in a sense, with the help of Google, now know everything," communication technology industry "Release 1" publisher Esther Dyson said. "We are becoming more passive about the past. We can turn to the library or the phone book, and we don’t worry about it if we don’t find it. Now, people can’t be free from your life. We can’t pretend not to know." She said, without the information of the flood, requiring users to improve the necessary thinking skills, to filter the search results. She said, "Google forced us to ask ourselves, ‘what do we want to know?""

Google sends messages that can radically change a person’s sense of self. According to a survey by the Pew Internet project, about 1/4 "vanity" searchers, who search for their names, say they are surprised by the amount of information they have found about themselves.

sometimes, they’re really surprised. When >