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How Google Works

This book is written by the ex CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt. It presents a readable chronicle of Google from the early days up to almost today. I shouldn’t need to add that Google is a fantastic resource for everybody that we probably all take for granted now, but just imagine the Internet without decent search, perhaps dominated by a few big companies?

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