- In a future not to distant we might start seeing environmental refugees large scale abandoning China. Those with capital will be the ones most likely to leave first. What will be left?
Quite a few people seem to believe they can.
- But trusting Google more than than my family??
I guess This put the concept of families in a whole new light ;)
"The people of Britain trust Google more than they trust their own families, friends or significant others according to new research.
More than half of UK adults and 77 per cent of the countries' 18-24 year olds would trust the search engine to answer a question more accurately than their partner.
Google is also named as the most used platform to verify breaking news, over friends, partners and social media.
The survey, conducted by , found that women were slightly more likely to trust Google than men, despite men searching more frequently."
"The search engine has pretty much killed the pub debate as any argument is almost always ended by the phrase ‘I’ve Googled it…’ whereas 10, 15 years ago you might have heard ‘I’ve asked my mate…’ and I think it’ll be a long time since we start saying ‘I’ve Twittered it.’" said Ian Harris, founder of Search Laboratory.
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