http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.03/google.html?pg=4

“Writers of the past had absinthe, whiskey, or heroin. I have Google. I go there intending to stay five minutes and next thing I know, seven hours have passed, I’ve written 43 words, and all I have to show for it is that I know the titles of every episode of The Nanny and the Professor.”
– Michael Chabon, author, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay

“Within the last seven days, Google has altered and augmented my perceptions of tulips, mind control, Japanese platform shoes, violent African dictatorships, 3-D high-definition wallpaper, spicy chicken dishes, tiled hot tubs, biological image-processing schemes, chihuahua hygiene, and many more critical topics. Clearly, thanks to Google, I am not the man I was seven days ago.”
– John Gaeta, visual effects supervisor, the Matrix trilogy

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