Monday, October 11, 2010

Humor from The New Yorker

from The New Yorker:
 
 

Don't Be Evil

by Simon Rich

 

My favorite Google feature is Google Dictionary.

 

Whenever I need a word defined, I just type it into the search box and the meaning pops right up. It's really convenient, but sometimes the definitions can be strange.

 

For example, here are some words I looked up recently on Google Dictionary.

 
 
Yahoo: A stupid Web site for stupid people who only want crap.
 
Ask: A crap site for idiots.
 
Bing: Just a bunch of crap.
 
Monopoly: A term that idiots like to throw around to sound smart at parties, but really they don't know what the hell they're talking about.
 
Information: A thing that Google makes instantly accessible to anyone for free. And that makes them the enemy? Explain that logic to me.
 
Charity: A thing that Google gives to.
 
Environment: A thing that Google gives to.
 
Barack Obama: A cool guy who uses Google.
 
Lady Gaga: A cool lady who uses Google.
 
Privacy: An overrated thing that people should maybe chill out about.
 
Relax: A thing that some people should learn how to do, especially journalists.
 
Victim: A nice company that gets attacked all the time for no reason.
 
Jesus Christ: A guy who made people's lives much easier and then was crucified. Sound familiar?
 
Books: Something people can read online for free now.
 
Thank You: A thing it wouldn't kill people to say.
 
Computer: A thing for using Google. 

 

http://www.newyorker.com/humor/2010/10/18/101018sh_shouts_rich


 
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