Google representative, Z. Beeblebrox, surfing the interwebs
Search giant Google has today reported that its indexing algorithms have discovered what appears to be the edge of the internet as we know it. Previous visualizations of the internet had mapped it out as being a series of tubes.
Today’s discovery has revealed that the internet is actually shaped more like a constantly revolving bagel, with Google at its center.
“This new ‘bagelised’ conception of the internet’s form has led us to believe that Google is responsible essentially for the continual cycling of the web’s doughy content,” reported Egbert Dodd, head of baked goods research at Compu-Global-Hyper-Mega-Net.
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