You may not be the bible toting religious type but a Pew Research study indicates that on Easter and Christmas Google searches for churches skyrocket. Yes Google has a tracking mechanism for your church search too. Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples whatever you may be searching for on Easter and Christmas the information is available. Whether you go to church on Saturday or Sunday the holy grail of search engines has the power of technology to find exactly what you're looking for. Information overload is something that used to have a negative connotation to it. Just saying the words conjures up images of the IT geek sipping lattes with lightning bolts darting from his brain frantically clicking away on his MacBook.
However you choose to see it information has become a goldmine. With it you can determine what pair of shoes will fit the top you're planning to wear to your hot date. Try it. Go to Google type in cashmere tops with shoes and see what comes up for you. Keep looking, looking, and there we go. Cashmere shoes. I didn't say you would get it on the first try, but you can see the amount of information that comes up with just those few search terms.
Information, information, and more information. Look for it and you will find it. Information abounds. It's nowhere but it's everywhere. Some useful and some useless. Whatever you're searching for, whether it's in the dark web or beyond it can be found in the world of informatics.