So Let Me Get This Straight...
When I wake up in the morning, Google can give me today's news. I can have my day scheduled with Google, and if there's somewhere I need to go, Google will tell me where it is and how to get there (possibly in a Google car). While I'm out, I can find things Google advertised to me that I need (assuming I didn't already buy them from Google), and Google can even give me a coupon for something I don't need. And whatever it is I'm buying, I'll pay with my Google money. Plus I don't have to worry about any trouble while I'm out, because I'll always have my Google phone right by my side.
When I get home, it's time do some work with my Google productivity tools. I'll open up my Google web browser on my Google laptop, and search for the information I need using Google: whether it be an image, a patent, stocks, videos, papers, or trends. Once I'm finished with my work, I can use my Google email to send the document to someone. And if it's worth it, maybe I can put it up on my Google blog. Then I'll save it, along with the rest of my documents, in my Google storage.
But after a long day of work, it's time for some R&R. Maybe I can read a book from Google, or read some articles saved for me by Google. I could, of course, be in the mood for some music, a game, or a movie, which I could then buy from Google on my Google tablet. I'd listen, watch, play, or read on my tablet, or I could beam it up to my Google media player hooked up to my Google-integrated TV. Not to mention all this is provided by my super-fast Google internet service. And right before bed, I can share to all my friends what a great day I've had, while checking out how their day was, using my Google social networking service.
Anything I missed?