Thursday, February 10, 2005

All of the world's information

David Kirkpatrick at Fortune interviewed Marissa Mayer (PM, Google). I particularly liked what she had to say about expanding Google's content:
    One of our themes now is "more of the information you want." That implies huge index sizes. Now it's eight billion pages, and we'll get really aggressive, growing into more forms of content, like print from books, and video.

    Eric [Schmidt] had a great quote the other day. He said, "When we said all of the world's information, we meant all." So that means ... there's very little content we're not interested in.
Watch out, hidden web, Google is looking for you.

1 comment:

Dimitar Vesselinov said...

The New Moore's Law