October 9, 2008
Google's Project 10^100
To mark Google's 10th anniversary, the search engine giant has launched Project 10^100, a call for the best ideas that can change the world by helping as many people as possible. Google has set aside $10 million to help fund the five best ideas as voted on by the people and an advisory board. Here's the Project 10^100 video:
Google Circa January 2001: And a little more self-congratulatory fodder from the Company, Google's oldest available index. No Gmail. No Gchat. No Gmaps. Oh my.
Endnote. Compare LLB's earlier post on the event, Search is Google, Google Is Search: The Corporate SE Giant Will Be Ten Years Old on Sunday, September 7th, with the Company's 10th anniversary page. [RJ]
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