For example, if you search "start-up ideas," you get 82 essays including "Frighteningly Ambitious Startup Ideas" and "Copy What You Like." Or try "angel investors," which pulls up 21 essays including "The 18 Mistakes that Kill Startups" and "Why There Aren't More Googles."
So what does the start-up community think about the WWPGD idea?
Reactions expressed on Hacker News range from scathing to blasé. "Stop worshiping the man like he is a god. His essays are not bible scripture," one commenter said. Another joked: "It appears to work. I asked it where to go for lunch, and the first reference to lunch it found was Oren's Hummus."