James Thomas decided he didn’t like what Google was doing to him — keeping track of his browsing habits, controlling his documents, threatening his family, peeing in his alley — so he decided to dump the company completely. The result? He discovered that Google is so amazingly ubiquitous — and resource unfriendly — that his productivity increase slightly but his search accuracy when down precipitously.
Luckily, homeboy wasn’t using GMail or he’d really be mess up. Otherwise, life without Google was quite disturbing but survivable. This will be good to know when Google launches Google Brain along with a direct cranial implant.
My life without Google [Centernetworks]