Neat interview with Google’s CEO

Julio Vasconcellos is one of those smart kids who are at Stanford now trying to learn how the world works and how to build interesting things/companies/experiences. Today he posted an interview with Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, great interview. He was asked about Google’s huge market share and whether Eric expects to get into DOJ trouble because of that, Intel’s founder asked him about Google’s chaotic structure, he talked about Ray Ozzie’s point that Microsoft’s data center building being a competitive advantage. I learned a lot from this interview, I’m sure Google’s competitors will tear this one apart.

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  1. A very enjoyable interview.

    They have other great stuff at their blog, and more coming (at least one with Craig Newmark already announced).

  2. A very enjoyable interview.

    They have other great stuff at their blog, and more coming (at least one with Craig Newmark already announced).