These are the questions that are examined by David Vise and Mark Malseed in their book titled, The Google Story. This paper is based on the Book I and seeks to analyse five areas that have relevant significance for the shape of things to come.
To begin with, this book is a statement of social phenomena which is the basic measurement criteria in terms of how a company or a business can affect end users on a global scale to start an entire lifestyle renovation.
With fascinating characters like Larry Page and Sergey Brin and CEO Eric Schmidt, one is bound to turn the pages of this book and fast.
My personal favourite among these characters presented by the authors is Larry Page for his sense of wit more than anything else. Also, he has shown immense perspective where thinking out of the box and having tremendous foresight is concerned. With his characteristic quiet sense of humour he is a man who makes things happen. Unassuming as he comes across, he has been hailed as a hero by many. As an example, this hero celebrated the first check earned for Google by having breakfast with his partner at Burger King! (Vise et al, 2006) This might also be due to the fact that he is the precursor of the social movement created by Google which brings people and information within close proximity of each other.
The Google story, has a vast story board set across a plethora of settings and shaped with tons of research. This is apparent in the details presented in the book. ...