Tag Archives: Google

The Netarian Doctrine

“Why do you have candles around your router?” Dylan smiled. “You noticed.” “Hard not to. You got melted wax all over your cables,” said Carson. It was the first time he’d been in Dylan’s room, even though they’d been in … Continue reading

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Google Cars and Sane Choices

“You’ll never guess what I saw today. A Google camera car,” Anita announced as she walked into work. “What did you do?” asked Marcy. “What do you mean?” “People do crazy stuff for the camera. Pranks and stuff. Some people … Continue reading

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Naming Your Place in the World

The summer sun was relentless as it burned down on Jose and Albert. It was Albert’s idea to start a landscaping business after college. They’d been at it two months and already they were regretting the idea. “I’m melting,” moaned … Continue reading

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Everything I Know I Learned From Google

The morning sun shone brightly through Phillip’s sixth storey window. He opened it wide and breathed in the fresh morning air. On the ledge beside his window stood a disheveled looking man, peering down toward the street. “Oh, sorry. Didn’t … Continue reading

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Google Map

“Which’s been your favorite city so far?” asked Rick. “Look, no offense, but you’re only here for training. One day, two days tops. Then I can go back to doin’ this myself. I mean, why anyone needs training to drive … Continue reading

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I Google

The morning sun shone brightly through Phillip’s sixth storey window. He opened it wide and breathed in the fresh morning air. On the ledge beside his window stood a disheveled looking man, peering down toward the street. “Oh, sorry. Didn’t … Continue reading

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