Parc Lecture By Google’s Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer spoke last night at PARC for BayCHI, and Alan Williamson recounts it at his blog. Definitely worth reading. Some tidbits:

  • The Google home page was bare not because of some philosophical reason, but because Google’s founders didn’t know enough HTML to make it more pretty.
  • The name Google was actually just a misspelling.
  • GMail was used internally at Google for two years before it was revelead to the public. Boy, they really can keep a secret.
Hat Tip: Greg Linden of Findory

January 12, 2005 by Nathan Weinberg in:

One Response to “Parc Lecture By Google’s Marissa Mayer”

  1. Dimitar Vesselinov Says:

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