New York Times published a witty, thought-provoking, and humorous cartoon about Google, the mammoth search engine. The cartoon is created by Randy Siegel, the president and publisher of Parade Publications.
Randy visualized Google in the year 2084 when Google is able to search not only web. Hope some day Google does take over the world and it is able to search something classified such as satellite photos of people you want to spy on, satellite photos of people spying on you, medical records, credit reports, tax records, phone records, court documents, other people’s conversation.
But it does not stop there, Google also will sniff your brain, your home, your family, friends, ex-frineds, relatives, co-workers, ex-spouse(s), enemies. Your life can also be traced on Google, not only the present but also the past and the future. What makes me laugh is a button labelled as “I’m feeling paranoid” beside the usual “I’m feeling lucky.”