Thursday, June 07, 2007


Google does everything for free, yet has a market value of $937 trillion dollars (approximately.) Google, as we speak, is driving cars around major cities taking pictures; you’ll be able to view street-level views of all big towns online. Next year I expect they’ll buy everyone’s DNA and put that online, followed by digitized versions of your nightly dreams, acted out by student theatre troupes and uploaded to Google Video so everyone can check out your roiling subconscious.

I'm too serious these days. I thought it might be fun to post something humorous.


Sir Saunders said...

Perhaps it was humorous, but also has a touch of your paranoid vision of the future. Oh well, at least Google will help the trains run on time.

Tom said...

Now, Sir Saunders, what future? You know I am the master of the here and now.

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