Saturday, June 18, 2011

Google And Philosophy The Founder

If you are a user of the Internet, Google (google.com or google.co.id) certainly not a new thing for you. But for those of you who may not know, a bit of information that Google is a search engine (search engine).
Search engines are search tools available data or information across the Internet universe. Serach Engine has a database index is compiled from the results of searches performed by a computer program (wanderer, crawler, robots, worms, spiders) to sites that successfully tracked on the Internet. Typically, it could be a title, text, links, URLs, and so on.
In carrying out its function as a service search engine or search service, search engines have three important components that are interrelated, namely Spider (programs that surf the web from one link to another link).
The second component is the Index (a database that contains the search results or copies of web pages collected by the Spider). And the third component is a search engine mechanism (software or software that allows users to search or use an existing index).
Thus, if you are searching through search engines, then in fact you are only doing against the database index of search engines, not against the entire situational search on the Internet.
That's why you do the search results to a search engine can be different results with another search engine. This is because each search engine has a database that is different from the others.
Therefore, if you enter a keyword or words to search with Google, then Google will deliver search results in accordance with the existing data on the Google database.
Google was founded by two Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, in 1998. Google is plesentan of the word 'googol', which is used by Milton Sirotta, nephew of mathematician Edward Kasner, to mention a number of funds has 100 zeros.
Google uses this word in explaining the company's mission to organize so much information available in cyberspace and the real world.
At first, search engines that they make called BackRub placed on the site with the address google.stanford.edu Stanford University. Google.com own new domain registered on 15 September 1997.
Venture capital of $ 1 million, Google officially became a company in a garage in Menlo Park, Calif., as Google Inc. on September 7, 1998. After a move in the Palo Alto offices, Google Inc. until now occupies the building at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View.
20% of Google's Philosophy On A Cake
What is interesting about Google? There are many things, of course. However, one thing is quite interesting is the rule that all software engineers should use at least 20% of their time, roughly the same as the day of the week, to work on whatever project they are interested.
Google could be realized, by having an intelligent creative employees, it is not possible they have a sideline project.
20% rule is a way to encourage innovation, which for Brin and Page, view it as something important in order to build and maintain the right culture, creating a place that makes people want to work smart, and motivated to deliver breakthrough ideas.
The result, many new breakthroughs Google actually born from the application of this 20% rule. The project is considered feasible to continue to be financed entirely by Google.
What does Google is arguably different from many organizations around us. For creative people, 'side project' is often forced to make them do it clandestinely and ready thrown out if caught.
Google suggests the opposite message: use one day a week to do whatever you want.
The result, they are able to become part of the rich people in the world with their personal wealth is U.S. $ 16.6 billion or Rp.152, 3 trillion. As reported by Forbes magazine and quoted Learning Alone, wealth ranking Google's two founders are occupying the position of the 26 richest people.
The results of his thinking is not only a coveted stock investors, but also become a magnet that makes people smart and creative scrambling to be part of 'Google Guys' to be a Googler.
And while world-class companies such as Lehman Brothers, Citigroup Inc., Merrill Lynch & Co., UBS AB, and Deutsche Bank hit by kebankrutan take on debt, Google's profits can just waltz.
Such facts underlying this hypothesis is that Google is a phenomenon. And apparently, this hypothesis is proven true. What do you think?

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