Rede des Google Gründers Larry Page an Erstsemester der University of Michigan

By | 4. Mai 2009

Rede des Google Gründers Larry Page an die Erstsemester der University of Michigan: In seiner Rede erzählt Larry Page auch über die Anfänge von Google:

Well, I had one of those dreams when I was 23. When I suddenly woke up, I was thinking: what if we could download the whole web, and just keep the links and… I grabbed a pen and started writing! Sometimes it is important to wake up and stop dreaming. I spent the middle of that night scribbling out the details and convincing myself it would work. Soon after, I told my advisor, Terry Winograd, it would take a couple of weeks to download the web — he nodded knowingly, fully aware it would take much longer but wise enough to not tell me. The optimism of youth is often underrated! Amazingly, I had no thought of building a search engine. The idea wasn’t even on the radar. But, much later we happened upon a better way of ranking webpages to make a really great search engine, and Google was born. When a really great dream shows up, grab it!

Hier das Video der Rede:

Das gesamte Transcript der Rede kann man im Google Press Center nachlesen.

via: Mashable.

Author: Michael Wuensch

My name is Michael Wünsch and I am living in Reutlingen, Germany. I am an open-minded & broad-minded Teacher-Training Supervisor and Tech Blogger with interests in Social Media, Digital Media, Mobile Media and Edu Media @ http://www.wuensch-media.de