Un bell’articolo di Geoffrey Nunberg sulla centralita’ di Google sul New York Times.
That’s the sort of result that often leads people to complain that the Web is full of junk or that the search engines aren’t working as they should. From the standpoint of the search engines, however, this is all as it should be. The beauty of the Web, after all, is that it enables us to draw on the expertise of people who take a particular interest in a topic and are willing to take the trouble to set down what they think about it. In that sense, the Web is a tool that enables people who have a life to benefit from the efforts of those who don’t.