The rise and fall of the 'lazyweb'

Odds are if you've spent any time on Twitter at all, you've seen—or used— the term "lazyweb" at some point (often hashtagged, but not always). It used to be that if we didn't know something, we'd Google it, but if you've got knowledgeable followers willing to tweet the answer to you, why go searching?

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