"Google's mission is to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful."
It's a noble philosophy and one that has earned Google a great deal of thoroughly deserved credit. So, Google, I don't know if you noticed but there's a whole lot of information over here that some people are having problems making universally accessible. Something to do with Amazon and EasyDSL being a bunch of pussies, I think, but that's not the issue right now. It's really quite important information, and so many people want to know about it that they crashed the Guardian's website coming to a Q&A with its curator.
So do your stuff guys. You have one of the largest hosting operations in the world. You have a mission to use it. Go to it.