So how many times did you search on Google today? Here's a switch: Google is now doing the searching, and so many people hope it stops in Sugar Land.
"It's gonna change the world," said Sugar Land IT director Sharlette Chowning.
It will actually change the world wide web. Sugar Land has started a marketing campaign that includes signs, and a Facebook page.
The theme: Think Gig -- the gig is short for gigabit, the processing speed behind Google's pilot project.
The search giant wants to find a city with under 500,000 people to install and pay for fiber optic lines into homes and businesses.
Sugar Land is now on this bandwidth bandwagon.
"Right now our task is to show Google that the community buys into being ground zero for the next generation of the internet," Sugar Land Spokesperson, Doug Adolph, said.
The city is working its way through a long application. The questions range from the weather to how many telephone poles there are.
Surfing with 1Gigabit will increase speed online about a hundred times compared to a broadband connection. Chowning said you could download a high-def movie in minutes compared to well over an hour with current speeds.
That can only happen if Sugar Land gets Google's attention.
Expect no stunts like changing the name of the city to "Google" --they did that in Topeka, Kansas last week.
Although, there is a "G-O-O-G-L-E" in the city seal.
Applications for the project are due March 26. Google expects to pick a city or cities by the end of the year.