Google management boggles the mind

Yesterday, Google filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to go public. Here is a nice fluff piece to mark the occasion. Oh, those wacky billionaire visionaries and their crazy ideas:

If life before Google is difficult to recall, the next six years promises to be mind-boggling.

Google’s Chief Technology Officer Craig Silverstein spoke last month of a future in which people could have “search pets” that are able to find the answer to tricky questions such as “What did my wife mean when she said that?”

Larry Page [founder] revealed his own vision at a technology conference in February. “On the more exciting front, you can imagine having your brain being augmented by Google. For example you think about something and your cell phone could whisper the answer in your ear.”

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