Wikipedia contains facts about facts. It's a collection of facts from other places.
Facebook doesn't have your friends. It has facts about your friends.
Google is at its best when it gives you links to links, not the information itself.
Over and over, the Internet is allowing new levels of abstraction. Information about information might be worth more than the information itself. Which posts should I read? Which elements of the project are at risk? Who is making the biggest difference to the organization?
Right now, there's way too much stuff and far too little information about that stuff. Sounds like an opportunity.