The Google Story: For Google's 10th Birthday

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Random House Publishing Group, 2005/11/15 - 336 ページ
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The definitive, bestselling account of the company that changed the way we work and live.

Moscow-born Sergey Brin and Midwest-born Larry Page dropped out of graduate school at Stanford University to, as they said, “change the world” through a powerful search engine that would organize every bit of information on the Web for free. The Google Story takes you deep inside the company’s wild ride from an idea that struggled for funding in 1998 to a firm that today rakes in billions in profits. Based on scrupulous research and extraordinary access to Google, this fast-moving narrative reveals how an unorthodox management style and a culture of innovation enabled a search-engine giant to shake up Madison Avenue, clash with governments that accuse it of being a monopoly, deploy self-driving cars to forever change how we travel, and launch high-flying Internet balloons. Unafraid of controversy, Google is surging ahead with artificial intelligence that could cure diseases but also displace millions of people from their jobs, testing the founders’ guiding mantra: DON’T BE EVIL.

Praise for The Google Story

“[The authors] do a fine job of recounting Google’s rapid rise and explaining its search business.”The New York Times

“An intriguing insider view of the Google culture.”Harvard Business Review

“An interesting read on a powerhouse company . . . If you haven’t read anything about one of today’s most influential companies, you should. If you don’t read The Google Story, you’re missing a few extra treats.”USA Today

“Fascinating . . . meticulous . . . never bogs down.”Houston Chronicle
 

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ユーザー レビュー  - LynleyS - LibraryThing

It took me ages to get through this audiobook because there were large swathes of legal/corporate explanations and I'm not really interested in that. I'd heard the author talk on RNZ and was more ... レビュー全文を読む

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ユーザー レビュー  - lanewillson - LibraryThing

There is an old saying that probably should be updated. "Build a better mouse trap and the world will beat a path to your door...right after it Google's you to find how to get there." The Google Story ... レビュー全文を読む

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目次

Introduction
CHAPTER 1A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible
CHAPTER 2When Larry Met Sergey
CHAPTER 3Learning to Count
CHAPTER 4The Secret Sauce
CHAPTER 5Divide and Conquer
CHAPTER 6Burning Man
CHAPTER 7The Danny Sullivan Show
CHAPTER 17Playboys
CHAPTER 18Charlies Place
CHAPTER 19Space Race
CHAPTER 20A Legal Showdown
CHAPTER 21A Virtual Library
CHAPTER 22Trick Clicks
CHAPTER 23Attacking Microsoft
CHAPTER 24Money Machine

CHAPTER 8A Trickle
CHAPTER 9Hiring a Pilot
CHAPTER 10Youve Got Google
CHAPTER 11The Google Economy
CHAPTER 12And on the Fifth Day 
CHAPTER 13Global Goooogling
CHAPTER 14April Fools
CHAPTER 15Porn Cookie Guy
CHAPTER 16Going Public
CHAPTER 25The China Syndrome
CHAPTER 26Googling Your Genes
APPENDIX I23 Google Search Tips
Appendix II
APPENDIX IIIGoogles Financial Scorecard
A Note on Sources
Acknowledgments
Photo Credits
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著者について (2005)

David A. Vise is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Washington Post and the author of three books, including the New York Times bestseller The Bureau and the Mole. Mark Malseed, who has contributed to the Washington Post and the Boston Herald, has won high praise for his research efforts on Bob Woodward’s recent books, Plan of Attack and Bush at War.


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