In yet another in a recent string of “let’s not get too carried away with Google” articles, Slate notes, in Digging for Googleholes, that “we’re wrong to think of Google as a pure reference source. It’s closer to a collectively authored op-ed page—filled with bias, polemics, and a skewed sense of proportion—than an encyclopedia. It’s still the connected world’s most dazzling place to visit, a perfect condensation of the Web’s wider anarchy. Just don’t call it an oracle.”