One nice short story after a long time. You’ve gotta read this.
Here’s a excerpt from the story.
You ever wonder why Google doesn’t cache it’s own searches?
They program around it.
No. That’s what you think. That’s what everyone thinks. But it started back when Google was just a thesis project, back when it was just a drop in the data sea. No one thought to stop it back then. That web site you had, the one you forgot about. Almost everyone’s got one of those, right? But Google doesn’t forget. Google’s studied that thing so many times that it’s studied its own caches of you. What do you figure happens, when a site gets so big that it’s bigger than the internet?
It’s still a part of the internet, though.
No. Now, the internet is a part of Google.