Here's my version of the dictionary, which one Mr. Rich was referring to in the New Yorker.
Yahoo: It's a reality check, especially when you take gmail for granted.
Ask: Seriously? Do you even need to?
Wikipedia: It's what googlers(employees and fans alike) fill up when they feel charitable.
Cricinfo: Is what Indians read, when they're not on Google.
Internet: err...google? Spot the difference.
www: Should be followed by google.com
Microsoft: The world's biggest jokebook.
iPhone: That's youtube and gmail in your pocket.
Facebook: Nice interface, to discuss your favourite youtube video, or your blogger post.
Money: Is what we'll gladly share with you. Read terms & conditions for Google AdSense
Bing: Yea, right!
Monopoly: It's what you are accused of, if you are the only entity doing something right.
Information: A word that will soon be replaced by Google in all dictionaries.
Charity: Refer to Wikipedia.
Environment: Is what will be saved if you stop reading all the crap that is published, and read everything from google instead.
Privacy: Is about the only thing you'll get if you ignore google.
Chill: Is what you should try doing if you don't like what you are reading(which BTW is on blogger)
Victim: You are. We are. Who isn't? Welcome to the machine(Which is a nice song by Pink Floyd. Don't forget to youtube it, and google the lyrics).
God: A manifestation of everything google cant give you. Privacy included.
Rajnikant: A superset of God. And google.