The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything

There are times when you need to ask someone a question:

  1. When the question is personal in nature.
  2. When only one person knows the answer.
  3. When the answer is trivial.
  4. When the answer is temporal.
  5. When nobody else would understand the question.
  6. When crowdsourcing would work most effectively.

Then, there are questions that have readily-available answers. For those, it’s best to:

  1. Open up your “Web browser” and go to Google.com.
  2. Try a few keyword searches on a “Web site” called Google.com.
  3. Use something called a “search engine” at Google.com.
  4. Flip open your Internet-enabled phone and visit Google.com.
  5. Rely on your own research skills to navigate results on Google.com
  6. Think about trying Google.com.

Watch this video for a quick tutorial: