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Is There A Dark Google Secret, You May Not Know About?

What constitutes a secret?

"A trade secret is a formula, practice, process, design, instrument, pattern, commercial method, or compilation of information which is not generally known or reasonably ascertainable by others, and by which a business can obtain an economic advantage over competitors or customers." By Wikipedia.







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This Timeline equals 1 Googol?

I am using the part where it states, "information which is not generally known." and as such, I'm quoting the opening statement from the brand new book: “The Google Story” written by David A Vise and Mark Malseed which is a tribute to Google and its brilliant founders: “Not since Gutenberg invented the modern printing press more than 500 years ago, making books and scientific tomes affordable and widely available to the masses, has any new invention empowered individuals, and transformed access to information, as profoundly as Google.” 

In quoting the opening statement from the brand new book: “The Google Story” written by David A Vise and Mark Malseed which is a tribute to Google and its brilliant founders: “Not since Gutenberg invented the modern printing press more than 500 years ago, making books and scientific tomes affordable and widely available to the masses, has any new invention empowered individuals, and transformed access to information, as profoundly as Google.”

It all started with the misspelled word, Googol, the word was supposed to be the name given for the figure one followed by 1 hundred zeros, however, according to wikipedia, there are even earlier references to the so called misspelled word Google.
The earliest of which, was when Enid Blyton the children’s story book writer had first used the word in 1941 in a phrase: “Google Bun”, in her book; “The Magic Faraway Tree.” After some extensive research for this article of the Leviathanic Google, the most successful business in history, all began with two friends, Russian born Sergey Brin and Midwest-born Larry Page.
These two had dropped out from Stanford University in 1998 and now following in their footstep, is Bubblews.com an article distributor. Bubblews are following in their groundbreaking footsteps, forging ahead, on it’s own quest of taking the word philanthropy, to exciting new heights.
Google are revolutionizing the information industry in the short space of only 15 years, taking communication of data about everybody and everything into the virtual stratosphere and in their own words, they were going to: "change the world" by using a search engine to direct and organize every piece of information in the world for free.
Google has done exactly that, in 100 languages and still the company's creators continue to live out their voyage into the outer reached of the cyber Cosmos adding millions of library books, expanding its database and television broadcasts.
In spite of Google's phenomenal success, it still grapples with hard decisions of expanding on the one hand, and maintaining its hitherto untarnished image of integrity laid down by its founders,based on a deeply rooted mantra:”DO NO EVIL.”

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