Inside Larry's And Sergey's Brain

  • 6h 14m 57s
  • Richard L. Brandt
  • Gildan Media
  • 2009

An award-winning journalist and technology correspondent for BusinessWeek draws on interviews with the Google founders, employees, competitors, and professors to trace their early years, expansion strategies, and advertising restrictions while analyzing their user-focused philosophy.

In this Audiobook

  • Introduction: The World's Librarians
  • Chapter 1. Arbiters of Cyberspace
  • Chapter 2. Accidental Entrepreneurs
  • Chapter 3. Controlled Chaos
  • Chapter 4. Larry and Sergey's Corporate Vision
  • Chapter 5. Advertising for the Masses
  • Chapter 6. A Heartbreaking IPO of Staggering Genius
  • Chapter 7. The China Syndrome: Google as Big Brother
  • Chapter 8. What About Privacy?
  • Chapter 9. The Ruthless Librarians
  • Chapter 10. The Google Cloud
  • Chapter 11. Google, the Telephone Company?
  • Chapter 12. Thinking Beyond Search: The World's Problems, Real and Fanciful