Saturday, September 27, 2008

Google celebrates it 10 glorious years and more to come

If Google’s logo today is any indication, those birthday celebrations had by the blog world earlier this month (as well as the confusion had the year before) may have been a tad premature.

Or maybe the guys in Mountain View, namely Sergey and Larry, simply thought they’d bring out the pomp and the circumstance somewhat belatedly to cap the last 30 days with its own grand look back in Google time. Whatever the case, the party hats are now officially out. The cake’s been lit, a small stack of servers have been wrapped in homage, and hey, the exclamation point is back.

This has been a busy September for the company. It has put forth a Web browser that pundits have spent weeks looking up and down and all around. It has sparred with ideas that its so-called non-exclusive deal with Yahoo would wreak havoc on the semi-competitive nature of the current online search advertising environment. Along with T-Mobile it has officially taken the cover off the first Android-based smartphone to come to market in the US. And there are several million other pieces of miscellany for the press to continuously pore over. And Google of course still has quite a way to go before it gets that “all the world’s knowledge” thing down pat.

In addition to the festive front page greeting it’s presented visitors with today, the company has produced a timeline of what has been done under its purview over the last decade. In a word, it’s comprehensive.

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