Twenty years ago, two student doctoral students at Stanford established a search engine company based on a friend's garage of Susan (Menlo Park). Larry Page and Sergey Brin originally called "BackRub" got better thought and mispelled the term GogorIt shows that number 1 followed by 100 zeros.
For the 20th anniversary of its founding, Google added Easter eggs to its products in addition to the above graffiti. From today, many 1998 requests are "2018! Do you mean?
There are 17 of these requests. So, the spoiler, here is the list:
Google's street view feature is more fun. The previously mentioned Susan (now running a small video site) gave a glimpse of where all began. The garage was restored to its original glory. The Google homepage of the old school is also displayed on the old monitor in the same way. There are also rooms that serve as the company's "world headquarters".
It is scattered with school jacket, sky pizza box, lost Koosh bullets or two.
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