Although there are posts relating to 'just google it' answers, which seem to look on it as bad style (maybe 70/30), I haven't found a specific feature request.
I'd like to see a feature that pops up a message discouraging direct links to search engines.
I'm not suggesting blocking links to google, because there may well be valid times for doing this, for example if someone is showing a problem query, or illustrating styles for google results.
Similarly, I don't think it would be practical to screen on google as a keyword, as there are many legitimate uses (names of Google products and services).
The more technical arguments about 'google it answers' being bad are:
- These answers get top ranking in search results, hiding real answers
- Searching is easier when you know the answer (and hence the keywords)
- Search results change over time (and location), so what works for the answerer may not work for the reader (or later readers)
- Sites listed in answers go away, or lose ranking. While the dead-site issue is also a problem for direct links, SO could purge dead links, but not dead searches.