Always Read Markoff Closely

…as he always has a scoop somewhere in any story he does on Google. This time, it's at the end, where (after he quotes some guy who runs a blog – really, a "Cambrian explosion"!?) he quotes a source: "If you drive by the Google buildings in the evening," said…

…as he always has a scoop somewhere in any story he does on Google. This time, it’s at the end, where (after he quotes some guy who runs a blog – really, a “Cambrian explosion“!?) he quotes a source:

“If you drive by the Google buildings in the evening,” said a person who has detailed knowledge of the company’s business, “the lights that are still on are the ones on the floor where they are working on the browser.”

So maybe there’s life yet in the Google browser rumors, despite protestations from very senior folks at Google (sources of mine and others) who claim Google is not interested in fighting that particular battle.

Author: John Battelle

A founder of NewCo (current CEO), sovrn (Chair), Federated Media, Web 2 Summit, The Industry Standard, Wired. Author, investor, board member (Acxiom, Sovrn, NewCo), bike rider, yoga practitioner.

2 thoughts on “Always Read Markoff Closely”

  1. I only wish.

    Then, if we’re really good, we can have the Google Centralized cst.ca-like Calendar system with xmlrpc remote source registration and coordination.

    Also the google centralized Liberty Login. That’d be Teh Rock.

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