Rupert Murdoch really wanted his new Sunday Times office to be Google-free. So, he decided to set all of his employees' homepages to Bing (Microsoft's chess champ to Google's high school quarterback), which, coincidentally enough, has received plenty of support from the media mogul. It wasn't long, though, before his underlings staged a peaceful revolution. "None of us knows how to use [Bing]," one employee told the Independent. "So we all had to waste our first day resetting our home pages to Google
." But if his employees really needed a full day to reset their homepages, search engines may be the least of Murdoch's workplace concerns.