Send us your tired Knols, your poor Knols, your multilevel marketing Knols yearning to breathe freeGoogle's first day of public access to its Wikipedia-but-wonkier Knol site feels rigged by typical Valley PR: Knol's front page lists a series of medical and home-economics articles more akin to Reader's Digest than the Internet. Everyone knows the true value of Knol will be its comprehensive catalog of Cowboy Troy lyrics and first-person bios like the one for Michael Lee written by, of course, "Mike Lee, Internet Entrepreneur." Google, a former search engine company, hasn't hooked up the search box on Knol's homepage. But you can find knols by including the quoted phrase "a knol by" in a regular Googling. Find any good ones? Send in the stupidest/funniest Knols you can find. This is going to have even more legs than the bulldog pics.