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Page to Employees: Get in Line
"Love it or leave it"

 6:52 am on Jan 30, 2012 (gmt 0)

Don't know with 100% certainty about the journalistic integrity of this news site, but if this story is valid, it appears that Czar Page will not tolerate dissent within the ranks:

Now, a source tells us that CEO Larry Page, who seems to be hell-bent on competing with Mark Zuckerberg whether it’s the right thing for Google or not, had this to say to employees at a Friday staff event after the Search Plus Your World launch: “This is the path we’re headed down – a single unified, ‘beautiful’ product across everything. If you don’t get that, then you should probably work somewhere else.”

Read the... Full Story [pandodaily.com]

"Gee Larry, do we still get massages after lunch?"




 9:14 am on Jan 30, 2012 (gmt 0)

Google is on a bad course.

As Adwords advertiser I do not feel in any way comfortable with the way Google is going. Every day they are announcing new features on how we could better stalk our customers throughout the whole internet.

I have a reputation to loose and being affiliated with Google is beginning to stink. I only hope that Bing does not choose to go down the same path and starts to gain serious market share.

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