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Everyone seems confused about Google these days.
Disgruntled former Google executives, tech pundits, regulatory officials, the media and even the Google-using public are confused about Google's transformation since co-founder Larry Page took over as CEO a year ago.
Here's what's happening: Google is becoming more like Apple in three fundamental ways.
(And that’s a good thing.)
Please read my column!: http://www.datamation.com/feature/lets-face-it-google-is-the-new-apple-1.html
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Midpoint in Neal's talk is this shout out, "I saw the best minds of my generation writing spam filters." Why thank you kind sir.
on the brick wall around 1968, the threat of not enough innovation, and on getting big stuff done. Via .
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