The founders of Google, one of the leading Internet search engines, took their name from googol (the numeral 1 followed by 100 zeros), signifying how much information they initially hoped to catalog. So one can “Google” God and come up with millions of “hits”—but what does this deliver? How do we wade through such vast amounts of information? What is right, what is wrong, what is reputable, what is without merit?
— James Emery White, from A Mind for God, kindle location 354