We’ve probably all had it. Just when you thought you found the right number of Palindromic Square Sums, you receive a mail from somewhere up the chain of command with a cry for help. The rather lengthy mail contains 3 paragraphs on why this mail was so important, why it was sent to you and why you need to reply “immediately”. At the end of the mail, there is a fairly trivial question like “How many pounds is in one kilogram”?
So you search Google and find out that 1 kilogram is 2.20462262 pounds. Depending on your irritation, you mail the information, or a link to the google results (because it is a top hit). For people not taking the hint of your Google url, there’s now another nice option, called “Let Me Google That For You”.