>God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything. Throughout
>history, people connected to God without wires. Now, for many questions
>in the world, you ask Google, and increasingly, you can do it without
Isn't one significant difference between Google and God, that God perceives
the significance and value of all the information in the known and unknown
universe, for all time.
I'd be fairly confident that no-one would claim the same for Google. Or are
we giving up on sentience now?
> interesting take on tech from the well-known NYTime's foreign affairs
> from the column:
> 'Says Alan Cohen, a V.P. of Airespace, a new Wi-Fi provider: "If I can
> operate Google, I can find anything. And with wireless, it means I will
> be able to find anything, anywhere, anytime. Which is why I say that
> Google, combined with Wi-Fi, is a little bit like God. God is wireless,
> God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything. Throughout
> history, people connected to God without wires. Now, for many questions
> in the world, you ask Google, and increasingly, you can do it without
> wires, too."'
> overblown hyperbole?
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