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Voy a andar por +Google México hoy en el Adwords Summit. Vas a estar por ahí? 
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Que te la pases genial, el agente  +Carlos Aguilar tambien anda ahi :P 
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Nos vemos hoy en +Google México en el Adwords Summit 2014 #AWCS2014 
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No nos vimos finalmente el viernes. 
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Watching Atmosphere Live. Learn how forward-thinking companies are using Google technology and data to delight their customers. #atmosphere14  
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Yesterday, we announced the Tech Hub Passport — allowing entrepreneurs from within our tech hub network the ability to travel and work between 24 co-working spaces around the world.

Do you have a Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub in your community? Not sure? Check them out here: http://goo.gl/P0vML7
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These days, designing compelling web apps and sites that load quickly, look beautiful, and are intuitive requires keeping up with lots of ever-evolving best practices. To make things easier for web designers and developers, we've been gathering and documenting our learnings over at Google Web Fundamentals. Our latest update to the site includes some great material for web designers: Principles of Site Design and Animations.

Principles of Site Design includes an invaluable collection of insights gained from user research, such as how to provide intuitive navigation, when and how to "upsell" to your apps, and streamlining user journeys.

https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/principles

Animations give much-needed personality to your projects—but what should you animate, when should you animate it, and how? Getting animations just right is key to your users' experience. Covering everything from easing to performance, these guides give you the knowledge and insight to level up your next project.

https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/look-and-feel/animations

Have a great resource on mobile web design you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!
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Wooden Electromechanical Elephant in France

This gigantic animal, 12-metre high by 8-metre wide, lives in the largest warehouse.

When the majestic animal goes out for its walk, it is like architecture in motion departing a steel cathedral. The 49 passengers on board embark on an amazing journey on the Ile de Nantes. Each time the pachyderm goes out, it is a unique spectacle for everyone to enjoy.

From the inside, the passengers will be able to see the moving gears that power the legs. They can make the elephant trumpet and control some its movements, thus becoming truly a part of the Machine. On the back of the Elephant, it's like being on the 4th floor of a moving house, with a breathtaking view of the banks of the Loire River. In this time-travelling carriage, the passengers can voyage to the imaginary world of Jules Verne in the city where he was born.

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Google está matando a sus competidores de Marketing en Medios Digitales (hasta ahora)
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Google isn't just dominating search, but digital advertising across the board.
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Les quedo muy bien, Mil gracias !  +Eric Gómez +Christel Sonnekalb 
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Y salió ya, ¡la primera de la Partners! Mil gracias +Christel Sonnekalb porque les quedó bien padre

#unocomoseapero¿losPartners?
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In the early days of Google, every new employee got a smiley helium balloon to put in their office. This was fun, and made it easy to spot the Nooglers. Then a certain head of products (+Jonathan Rosenberg ), decided that he could accelerate the Nooglers' entry into the company by popping the balloons.  

As you can see from this video, made by a concerned Googler (Wesley Chan) back in 2003, we tried many tactics to stop the carnage and even considered starting a new company (balloogle?) to develop Jonathan-proof smiley balloons. In the end, it was the video itself that did the trick. Humor can be a very effective way to get Hippos to correct a wayward course.

This video has never been published outside the company. Enjoy!

#HowGoogleWorks #culture #fun #google

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How Google Works: Jonathan Rosenberg Rampages the Smilies
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One of these is a companion that will stand by your side through good times and bad. The other is a puppy.

I’m happy to announce How Google Works, my new book with  +Jonathan Rosenberg  and +Alan Eagle. It’s your guide to business management in the Internet Century, due out on 9/23. Follow #howgoogleworks for interesting insights and fun nuggets from the book over the next few weeks!

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