Well it's certainly interesting for those who haven't read about Google already... Surprising that 9/11 was their motivation to find a way to get search results quicker. I mean had it not been 9/11, what would of it had been? Possibly another terrorist event...
Besides that, it's still an interesting video.
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That was a ridiculously interesting video. Wow look at all those Apple's in that one shot lol. It really cool to hear about how search as evolved with Google. Normally I don't even think about it the changes are just something that happen. One thing that I find interesting is that with all of these changes Google has been able to keep their UI pretty consistent and simplified.
I really enjoyed watching this and found it pretty interesting too. I'm like you Omega, I don't notice a lot of the changes either. I'm sure that's because the changes are always for the better! Unlike Facebook, when they change something I notice because it's always something I hate lol.
Google is my homepage, will always be. It's by far the my most used site, frequency wise and time spent on it. I couldn't even imagine using another search engine.
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I remembering thinking how easy it was to just make something search the internet for everything. This was when I was younger thinking I was a computer genius hehe. Now I know how difficult it is.
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