VSL// Hey, want me to Google that for you?

It’s been more than 10 years since we humans were blessed with Google—the ultimate tool for answering inane questions not worth asking other people. But for those friends, relatives and co-workers who remain stubbornly unenlightened, use Let Me Google That For You, a snarky Web site that will give them an answer and a hint.

Let Me Google That For You looks pretty much like the Google Homepage. When someone asks you an easily Google-able question, just enter the query and the site will produce a link to send as your answer. When the recipient clicks the link, they’ll find a hilariously passive-aggressive instructional animation (which we won’t give away here). Perhaps they’ll feel foolish for having asked, but if your correspondent has any sense of humor, he or she won’t mind. We don’t normally condone the shaming of innocent technophobes, but if you must, this way is probably the most fun.

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