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google paper - Ashley Rosenbaum Paper #2 1. Sergey Brin and...

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Ashley Rosenbaum Paper #2 1. Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two Stanford University graduate student dropouts, were the innovators behind the genius idea notoriously known as Google. Page’s curiosity behind the links located on Alta Vista, a search engine with better and faster results than its competitors at the time, took him on a rampage on the whole concept of links. These curiosities lead to the ingenious partnership of Page and Brin on the analyzing of Web links. Page contributed strong mathematical skills and figured out how to download the entire World Wide Web onto his desktop. Brings interest in extracting information from large quantities of random data, was what completed the duo. 2. ) In 1997, Google, the search engine, was available internally to students, faculty, and administrators at Stamford University. Marketing was painless in the beginning, as its popularity spread rapidly through word of mouth. With little cash to spare, graphic enticement was of little importance. Brin decided to keep the Google homepage simple. Its uncluttered layout became enticing to information seekers. Consumers enjoyed the absence of
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