I'd like to search for my personal best Good on Goodle. They could data-mine the crap outta me (they already know more about me than I can remember about myself) and tell me what bright new shiny thing to buy. 'What is the Good?' I'd ask and Goodle would tell me. Fast. I'd buy it, fast. It would arrive eventually. It would be an intimate consumerist climax after decades of shabby, anonymous goods: in the best of all possible post-consumer states I'd forever dwell, far from the blandishments of lesser engines.
That would be good.
"If you can keep your head while those around you are losing theirs, you can collect a lot of heads."