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Latest Google “Think Quarterly” Focuses on Creativity

Google does a lot of different things. It’s safe to say that we have all figured that much out over time. What is most interesting from the company at times though has nothing to do with search or social. Their “Think Quarterly” publication from the UK office of Google is just one of those things. [...]
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