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Management speaks in (fairly low-quality) video, plus the Prospectus online, etc.
SEATTLE, July 30 (Reuters) - Top Web search engine Google Inc. (GOOG.O: Quote, Profile, Research) began taking bids on Friday for the public auction process it will use to sell as much as $3.3 billion shares to the public for its planned offering in mid-August.
A Google spokeswoman confirmed that www.ipo.google.com had gone live, where bidders can apply to get an identification number to participate in the so-called Dutch auction.
Regarding the video, I got the properties from the screen and just downloaded it to my hard drive
Try doing a right-click save as on this link:
Highlight the full section under each slide in Appendix A. Hidden text... Bad, bad Google!
Maybe that's why they were dropped from the index [webmasterworld.com].
Note, the link goes to the supporters club...oops, I mean 'forum'... ;-)