The author seemed really have deep knowledge about Google. But I can clearly see his bias on Google - he really likes Google. The narrator was perfect, he surely sounded interested in what the book is about and passionate. As far as you don't take it word for word from the author, this book is an excellent book to know better about what Google is and where it is going.
Not really sure.
One of the stories in the introduction talked about a hiring process, which involved a high school dropout and a Harvard MBA graduate as candidate. The position was a $10/hour web data entry position. If you have any common sense, you know who got the job.The author bashed the emptiness of the MBA's education. Where's the street smart the book's talking about of trying to hire a Harvard MBA for web data entry?
The book delivers a single important idea and delivers it well - get your business organized from day one and work on your business not in your business. Highly recommended.
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