FOR THE FIRST TIME in my teaching career, all my incoming third level college students use the same method to find information. They google for what they need. This little piece of anecdotal evidence sums up Google today: it not only dominates the internet, it guides people everywhere. As a verb, it has become more ubiquitous than a dictionary in the family home. This omnipresent power brings to light a compelling requirement--I believe college educators should teach students the double-edged sword Google has become. You can peer down from the heavens through Google's satellite imagery. You can type in my nine digit zip code from the States and find the nearest pizza delivery services, escort agencies and then use a local service to get a street-level view of some of the premises. While I find these capabilities very useful, the easy findability available through Google evokes ambivalent feelings.