SomeOne writes \"This article from the New York Times talks about how fact-finding on the Web is affecting the art of social debate and conversation.
\"According to some linguists, what is more interesting than the trivia [found on the Web] itself is the effect that its online availability is having on modern conversation.\"
Unfortunately, the article only briefly mentions the issue of reliability of information on the Web. \"
They also say With the Web providing easy access to information, stupid trivia questions are now easily and definitively answered with the help of the Web and its ability to house a billion or so facts. You don\'t need an MLS to find out how much \"The Blair Witch Project\" cost to make.