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Im Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59 by Douglas EdwardsComparing Google to an ordinary business is like comparing a rocket to an Edsel. No academic analysis or bystander’s account can capture it. Now Doug Edwards, Employee Number 59, offers the first inside view of Google, giving readers a chance to fully experience the bizarre mix of camaraderie and competition at this phenomenal company. Edwards, Google’s first director of marketing and brand management, describes it as it happened. We see the first, pioneering steps of Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the company’s young, idiosyncratic partners; the evolution of the company’s famously nonhierarchical structure (where every employee finds a problem to tackle or a feature to create and works independently); the development of brand identity; the races to develop and implement each new feature; and the many ideas that never came to pass. Above all, Edwards—a former journalist who knows how to write—captures the “Google Experience,” the rollercoaster ride of being part of a company creating itself in a whole new universe.
I’m Feeling Lucky captures for the first time the unique, self-invented, yet profoundly important culture of the world’s most transformative corporation.
Google Just Killed The "I'm Feeling Lucky Button"
Google just effectively offed one of it's oldest, quirkiest features - the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button. The good news is that in the process, Google added at least another hundred million dollars in revenue. It used to be that you could go to Google. But then today happened, and Google announced "Google Instant. Users no longer have a chance to click the "I'm Feeling Lucky Button" before they begin seeing search results. Yes, the button is still there on Google. At the time, Marissa Mayer said that Google hadn't ditched the button because "It's possible to become too dry, too corporate, too much about making money.
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