But try doing something more mainstream today. Even if you search for something like DXTC you will be deluged with garbage. God help you if you try to find something like product reviews for consumer goods like microwaves or something. What you will find is : automatic aggregator sites that are worthless, sites camping on the keywords that literally have zero real content and just ads, sponsored sites, web forums with lots of retards writing reviews they know nothing about, etc..
The net effect is that smart internet users are disconnecting from the global web and retreating into "neighborhoods". More and more now I go directly to sites I know rather than doing global searches. If I want camera reviews I go to dpreview, if I want information about Windows I go straight to MSDN, and for general information I go to my friends' blogs.
This is really a negative thing. It means I'm not getting information from new sources, I'm not exploring the web and finding new connections. Metaphorically I imagine a vast cityscape of internet information, and there's goods out there I'd like to find, but 90% of the houses are now literally spewing feces and vomit out their doors, so I have built a wall of sandbags around my internet home. I look out on the city of shit and long for a time when I could aimlessly wander its streets and stumble upon real treasures.