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The Google Guys

Author: Richard L. Brandt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101535318
Size: 12.51 MB
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How much do you really know about Google's founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin? The Google Guys skips past the general Google story and focuses on what really drives the company's founders. Richard L. Brandt shows the company as the brainchild of two brilliant individuals and looks at Google's business decisions in light of its founders' ambition and beliefs. Larry is the main strategist, with business acumen and practical drive, while Sergey is the primary technologist and idealist, with brilliant ideas and strong moral positions. But they work closely together, almost like complementary halves of a single brain. Through interviews with current and former employees, competitors, partners, and senior Google management, plus conversations with the founders themselves, Brandt demystifies the company while clarifying a number of misconceptions.

Inside Larry And Sergey S Brain

Author: Richard L. Brandt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 159184276X
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An award-winning journalist and technology correspondent for BusinessWeek draws on interviews with the Google founders' employees, competitors, and professors to trace their early years, expansion strategies, and advertising restrictions while analyzing their user-focused philosophy.

Google It

Author: Anna Crowley Redding
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
ISBN: 1250148219
Size: 36.27 MB
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Think. Invent. Organize. Share. Don't be evil. And change the world. Larry Page and Sergey Brin started out as two Stanford college students with a wild idea: They were going to organize the world's information. From that one deceptively simple goal, they created one of the most influential and innovative companies in the world. The word “google” has even entered our vocabulary as a verb. Now, find out the true history of Google—from its humble beginnings as a thesis project made out of “borrowed” hardware and discount toys through its revolution of the world's relationship with technology to a brief glimpse of where they might take us next. In Google It, award-winning investigative reporter Anna Crowley Redding shares an inspiring story of innovation, personal and intellectual bravery, and most importantly, of shooting for the moon in order to change the world.

Famous Immigrant Computer Scientists

Author: Donna M. Bozzone, Ph.D.
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 0766095924
Size: 17.16 MB
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Computers and technology play central roles in our lives for work, entertainment, communication, and information management. It is difficult to imagine a time without these tools and even harder to envision living without them now. How were these wonderful toys of technology created? Who is developing future innovations? Think of some of the most famous and familiar services and platforms: Google, eBay, Yahoo, Facebook. Did you know that immigrants such as Sundar Pichai, Jerry Yang, and Jan Kuom, are the creative engines behind these tech juggernauts? This book tells the story of seven of the amazing Americans changing our world.