“I don’t understand why the team got rid of me.”
“Widegger, you’re an OK outfielder, but you’re too naive.”
“What do you mean? I never renegotiated my contract, and my stats are above average.”
“You haven’t heard what they’re saying? ‘You can catch more flies with money than with Widegger.’”
This is another sequel to an early story of mine from back in july 2009:
The day after Google went down, civilization collapsed. Even people who’d never heard of Google were affected.
Information stopped flowing.
People lost things and got lost themselves.
Finding things by yourself was just too big a chore.
In the end, people only needed to learn to find one thing: