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Friday, 29th October 2010

New Program From Bloomberg Television Reviews the History of Google

A new epsiode of Bloomberg Television's "Game Changers" program premiered last evening reviewing the history of Google. The program runs 48 minutes and while Brin and Page respectfully turned down interviews, includes some VIP's in the history of the company along with several people who have been watching the company since the beginning.
On a personal note, two very good friends of ResourceShelf are a part of the program. Kudos and congrats gents.

First, a name that's often seen ResourceShelf, Danny Sullivan. As many of you know, Danny is the Founder of Search Engine Land and the SMX Conferences. He's also one of the very best spokespeople Orange County, CA will ever have and someone we think should lead group tours for Fry's Home Electronics. Shopping with Danny is both an event and experience. It's also quite educational. If it was recorded on video, it's programming that we believe would get superb reviews and great ratings. Finally, Gary also had the pleasure of working for Danny at Search Engine Watch.

Second, Mark Malseed is the co-author (with David Vise) of The Google Story. In recent years he's the co-founder and executive editor of OhMyGov!

You'll Also Here From:

+ Ken Aultetta, Author of Googled: The End of the World As We Know It

+ Elliot Soloway, One of Larry Page's Professors at U. of Michigan

+ Terry Winograd, One of Larry Page's Professors at Stanford U.

+ K. Ram Shriram, Angel Investor and Member of Google's Board of Directors

+ Craig Silverstein, Google Employee Number One

+ Chris Sacca, Former Google Employee

+ Stephen Levy, Senior Editor, Wired

+ Thomas Goetz, Exec Editor, Wired

Direct to Bloomberg "Game Changers" Program About Google

Source: Bloomberg

See Also: Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg Profiled on Bloomberg Television




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