Autocomplete is a microinteraction—a minor feature that has come to define, and standardize, our approach to the Internet—that ends up making some macro points about the American political system. And, like so many things built on the Internet, it manages also to be extremely meta. Type a term into Google’s search bar—or, actually, type just part of that term—and you get, instantly, a little summary, ranked and snapshotted, of all the other search terms that have been entered into that same little box. Autocomplete is the collective questioning of the world, transformed into text. It is the curiosity of the Internet … made into Internet curiosities. It is glorious.