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April 5, 2013
Some pranksters did some work on Sergey Brin’s Tesla Model S, and oh is it magic. (When clicking on the link, crank up this track at the same time.)

Some pranksters did some work on Sergey Brin’s Tesla Model S, and oh is it magic. (When clicking on the link, crank up this track at the same time.)

13:43 // 1 year ago
January 21, 2013
What happens when an augmented-reality geek runs into Sergey Brin on the subway wearing Google Goggles? A total freak-out.

What happens when an augmented-reality geek runs into Sergey Brin on the subway wearing Google Goggles? A total freak-out.

13:17 // 1 year ago
April 6, 2012
Google co-founder wearing futuristic augmented reality glasses: Ironically, Sergey Brin was wearing the glasses at a charity event for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Considering the nature of the glasses, we can see why he’d support the cause.

Google co-founder wearing futuristic augmented reality glasses: Ironically, Sergey Brin was wearing the glasses at a charity event for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Considering the nature of the glasses, we can see why he’d support the cause.

8:21 // 2 years ago
December 11, 2011

Google’s top execs have a surplus of planes hanging around

  • 8 private jets split up between three top executives, or 2.6 per person source

» Say whaaaaaaaaaaaa? The news on this one broke in a somewhat sneaky way — the San Jose Mercury News reported that the executives had offered to pay $33 million to finish restoration of a historic air hangar at Moffett Field, which is a stone’s throw from Google’s Mountain View headquarters. It came out, as a result of this news, that the company has eight jets at its disposal between Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt. Google doesn’t own them, mind you; H211, a separate company that has no formal relationship with Google, operates them. Still, though … you gotta wonder why they need eight jets. If they want, they could give one to us.

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21:30 // 2 years ago