Friday, December 01, 2006
No More Answers
My briefcase is brimming with potential solutions.
The Google Answers project has stopped accepting new questions. No longer can individuals pay honest, hard earned cash to answer inane questions that a simple Google search would resolve for free. Understandably, many find research and reading as a basis for the acquisition of knowledge tiring, but to those I would suggest removing themselves from the computer/Internet and otherwise engaging themselves in some sort of crude ditch digging capacity. Google answers did exhibit some penchant for the accurate response to ridiculous questions. From the official Google blog, "Google Answers taught us exactly how many tyrannosaurs are in a gallon of gasoline, why flies survive a good microwaving, and why you really shouldn't drink water emitted by your air conditioner."