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Sergey Brin once asked a lawyer he wanted to hire to write a contract for him to sell his soul to the devil

Google used to be notorious for shooting job applicants brainteaser interview questions, like "how much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle?" The company has since ditched the riddles, but its overall hiring ethos has remained the same. Show More Summary

Google wants (us?) to live forever

“Don’t be evil” was the formal corporate motto (or slogan) of Google Wikipedia “The famous Google mantra of ‘Don’t be evil’ is not entirely what it seems.” “Evil is what Sergey [Brin] says is evil.” Eric Schmidt – Executive Chairman of Google “If you ask me today, is it possible to live to be 500? [...]

Here's how one of Google's founders handles all the email he gets

What would happen if you emailed Larry Page or Sergey Brin? There's a great thread on Quora where people dish about the email habits of some of tech's biggest stars. The answer for Google's cofounders is especially funny. User David Shin wrote that when he worked at Google in 2006/2007, Page and Brin held a Q&A session. Show More Summary

Why Would Anyone Go to Burning Man?

People who haven't been to Burning Man often assume the festival is full of dreadlocked drug abusers and hippy-dippy crystal worshipers. Yes, those folks are there, in droves. But consider: Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of Google, are big-time Burners (in fact the very first Google Doodle was of the man himself). Show More Summary

Google's co-founders are about to sell $4.4 billion worth of shares (GOOG)

Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are going to sell about $4.4 billion worth of company shares, according to a new filing with the SEC (which we first spotted thanks to Footnoted). It's basically an extension of a plan that was previously in place but expired at the end of January. Show More Summary

Why Google Glass Broke (Spoiler: It Was Sergey Brin’s Fault)

Well-reported Nick Bilton piece going behind the scenes on the disaster that was Google Glass: From its unveiling in 2012, it was considered the Gadget, yearned after by everyone from nerds and chief executives, to chefs and fashionistas. Show More Summary

Google knew Glass ‘wasn’t even close to ready,’ but Sergey Brin pushed it out

Glass was still an early prototype when Google made it available to fans and journalists in 2013.

The Next Front Of Wearables

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : CrunchGear

In 2014, Nike abandoned its FuelBand fitness tracker and Sergey Brin “left his Google Glass in his car.” In 2015, Apple will launch its iWatch and Sony will enter the eyewear space. More kinds of wearables were introduced in CES 2015, just to leave us wondering whether what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, physically. Read More

Is Google Glass another Newton?

The thing about Google Glass is that Sergey Brin was absolutely right. Back in 2013 he stood on the TED stage and shared this video: He called the act of staring down at our phones all day 'emasculating' - a word that got him a bunch of heat for its male-oriented worldview. Show More Summary

Google Halts Consumer Sales of Glass, Plans Redesign

Jeff Chiu/APGoogle co-founder Sergey Brin wears Google Glass. By MICHAEL LIEDTKE SAN FRANCISCO -- Google (GOOG) will stop selling its Internet-connected eyewear to consumers until the company can develop a more polished and affordable...Show More Summary

FREEZE GLASSHOLE: Google axes Glass Explorer program

End of the road for tech's most hated gadget... for now Google is killing off its Glass Explorer program, according to multiple reports, but the company insists this isn't the end for cofounder Sergey Brin's controversial sci-fi spe...

Google Cofounder Sergey Brin Was Photographed Trying On A Google Glass Competitor

CES may be over, but there's still some interesting tidbits from the Las Vegas technology conference circulating. Case in point: This photo of Sergey Brin trying on a Google Glass competitor. 9to5Google first flagged up the photo of the Google co-founder trying on the Epson Moverio smart glasses on the show floor. Show More Summary

Justin Bieber Didn't Buy That Jet, Is a Liar, Totally Untrustworthy 

3 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker

Justin Bieber may be your favorite skater —next to Bucky Lasek—but he is not your favorite private jet owner. (The title reverts to Larry Page and Sergey Brin, so congrats to them.) Read more...

Why Isn’t Google A Health Company? Look At Today’s News

In July, venture capitalist interviewed Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin about the company’s efforts in healthcare. There are, of course, health-tracking possibilities inherent in Google’s Android phones. Not to mention the glucose-measuring contact lens that the company is developing with Novartis. Show More Summary

23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki Says She Once Drank So Much Free Carrot Juice She Turned Orange

Anne Wojcicki may share a $29 billion wealth with estranged husband Sergey Brin, but that doesn't mean she passes up on freebies. According to an interview Wojcicki did with the Sunday Times, the 23andMe CEO has some surprisingly stingy habits. Show More Summary

5 apps, sites and tools Gen Y uses to win at business

S tartups themselves are nothing new. Even the creativity and innovation with which Gen Y approaches its startups is nothing new – just ask Steve Jobs, Reed Hastings, or Larry Page and Sergey Brin. What is new about the way Gen Y isShow More Summary

Ideo Perfectly Predicted The Future Of Google In 2003

The design firm predicted Google Glass, Android TV, and Material Design. Nice one, Nostradamus. Back in 2003, six years after the Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google, and a year before it first became publicly traded, Wired Magazine asked four designers, including the likes of Shepherd Fairey, how they would redesign Read Full Story

How To Select The Perfect Clients

4 months agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by Bill.Sebald I truly believe in the power of partnerships. There have been some incredible partnerships that changed the fabric of our culture. Larry Page and Sergey Brin. William Procter and James Gamble. The Olson Twins. Good...Show More Summary

Only "Glassholes" wear Google Glass

Iterations of Google Glass have been around the military for decades in helmet head-up displays. But even ultra-geeky Scientific American eighteen months ago said that the device “is creepy.” With Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently...Show More Summary

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