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Larry Page Soundboard

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Lawrence Edward Page is the ninth-richest person in the world. He is the co-creator and namesake of PageRank, a search ranking algorithm for Google. As of November 2022, Page has an estimated net worth of $84 billion. Page is an American business magnate, computer scientist and internet entrepreneur.
See also: Larry Page (singer), PageRank, Sergey Brin, Alphabet Inc., Sundar Pichai, and Larry.

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And the idea is for 20% of your time, if you're working at Google, you can do what you think is the best thing to.
Both Sergei and I went to Montessori school. And I think for some reason this is has been incorporated in.
Doesn't really make any sense. Like, should I be working on automated cars? That seems nuts, right?
Focusing on access more if we're talking about the future.
I wanted to share with you. That when I started Google, you know, with Sergey, as was mentioned, you know, it seems sort of obvious now that we should have done it. But at the time we were really s...
I was six years old and I got our first home computer. Right, and that turned out to be import.
Is that gonna benefit people? I think that will benefit people a lot.
Let me just take a step back and say.
One of the things that I've been through as a student was some leadership training, and one of the things they taught us was to have to not be afraid of failure.
People to be able to detect wireless microphones that were actually broadcasting on the same channel as TV stations.
There's actually no need for that and all they need to say is they're going to certify devices like they certify every other device to be non interfering, which they're very good at.
They didn't quite understand that and that's that's how we went on to build a search engine because we realized nobody was focused on.
Uh, none of those things are necessary. We've we've actually made a proposal that doesn't require any of those things to actually happen in order.
Which is only fair cause I chose Google, so you chose.
Yeah, but it turns out. We did some weather simulations, which probably hadn't really been done before.
You know, I've been at it for 15 years already. But it's not at all.
You shouldn't be allowed to try to solve those issues.