The Googleplex, Google's original and largest corporate campus
Then-CEO, now Chairman of Google Eric Schmidt with Sergey Brin and Larry Page (left to right) in 2008.
BACK RUB PROJECT
BACK RUB INTO PAGE RANK
Toughest Competitors of Google in 2010
Transcript of "Google presentation"
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Larry Page Lawrence "Larry" PageBorn March 26, 1973 (1973-03-26) (age 38) East Lansing, MichiganResidence San Francisco, California, U.S.Nationality American East Lansing High SchoolAlma mater University of Michigan Stanford UniversityOccupation CEO of Google, Inc.Known for Co-founder of Google, Inc.Net worth US$19.8 billion (2011)Spouse Lucinda SouthworthSignature Website google.com/corporate/execs.html
Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin Russian: йлович БринBorn August 21, 1973 (1973-08-21) (age 38) Moscow, RSFSR, Soviet UnionResidence San Francisco, California, U.S.Nationality AmericanEthnicity Russian Jew University of Maryland (B.S. 1993) StanfordAlma mater University (M.S. 1995)Occupation Computer scientist, internet entrepreneurKnown for Co-founder of GoogleSalary $1 (2009)Net worth US$19.8 billion (2011)Spouse Anne WojcickiChildren 1Signature Website stanford.edu/~sergey
Type Public InternetIndustry Computer softwarePredecessor BackRub Menlo Park, California (JanuaryFounded 1996 (January 1996)) Sergey BrinFounder(s) Larry Page 1600 Amphitheatre ParkwayHeadquarters Mountain View, California, United StatesArea served Worldwide Larry Page (Co-Founder and CEO Eric SchmidtKey people (Executive Chairman Sergey Brin
Products See list of Google productsRevenue US$ 29.321 billion (2010)Operating income US$ 10.381 billion (2010)Profit US$8.505 billion (2010)Total assets $57.851 billion (2010)Total equity US$46.241 billion (2010)Employees 24,400 (2010) YouTube DoubleClick On2Subsidiaries Technologies Google Voice, Picnik, Aardvark, AdMobWebsite google.com
Google Mission Statement:"To organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible anduseful."Google History & Trivia:At the beginning, desks were made of wooden doors and sawhorses. Some arestill used by the engineering group.The first round of venture capital, $25 million, was provided by Sequoia Capitaland Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Sequoia also funded YouTube with $8million before it was purchased by Google.The first non-engineering Google employee was Omid Kordestani, who startedin sales in May, 1999. Omid still works for Google today as the Senior V.P. ofGlobal Sales & Business Development
Who Invented and Started Google? When Was Google Founded? WhosBehind Google?:Google was started by founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.Sergey and Larry met at Stanford University where they invented a searchengine for the schools computer system When Did Google Become a Company?: Google filed official incorporation papers in California, September 4, 1998. Before the official corporation, Larry and Sergy had met at Stanford, collaborated on a search engine for the college’s servers called “BackRub,” decided to develop the search engine further, renamed their creation “Google,” got their first $100,000 investment check, and set up an office in a garage in Menlo Park.
HistoryGoogle began in January 1996 as a research project by Larry Page andSergey Brin when they were both PhD students at Stanford University inCalifornia.While conventional search engines ranked results by counting how manytimes the search terms appeared on the page, the two theorized about a bettersystem that analyzed the relationships between websites.[They called this new technology PageRank, where a websites relevance wasdetermined by the number of pages, and the importance of those pages, thatlinked back to the original site.
Larry PageLawrence "Larry" Page[ born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist andinternet entrepreneur who, with Sergey Brin, is best known as the co-founder ofGoogle. As of April 4, 2011, he is also the Chief Executive Officer of Google, asannounced on January 20, 2011.[ As of 2011, his personal wealth is estimated to be$19.8 billion Larry Page
Page grew up in the East Lansing, Michigan, area, where his father, CarlVictor Page, was a professor of computer science at Michigan State University.The senior Page was also an early pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence,and reportedly gave his young son his first computer when Larry was just sixyears old. Several years later Page entered the University of Michigan, wherehe earned an undergraduate degree in engineering with a concentration incomputer engineering.
Early life and education•Page was born in East Lansing, Michigan His father, Carl Page,earned a Ph.D.•in computer science in 1965 when the field was in its infancy, and isconsidered a "pioneer in computer science and artificial intelligence.“• Both he and Pages mother were computer science professors atMichigan State University.•Page is Jewish on his mothers side, and was raised without religion.•Page attended the Okemos Montessori School(now called Montessori Radmoor) in Okemos,Michiganfrom 1975 to 1979, and graduated from EastLansing High School in 1991.
•He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering fromthe University of Michigan with honors and a Masters degree incomputer science from Stanford University.•While at the University of Michigan,•"Page created an inkjet printer made of Legobricks" (actually a line plotter), served as the president of the EtaKappa Nu in Fall 1994, and was a member of the 1993 "Maize &Blue" University of Michigan Solar team
Interview of larry page,Page recalled his childhood, noting that his house "was usually a mess, withcomputers and Popular Science magazines all over the place.“ His attraction to computers started when he was six years old when he got to"play with the stuff lying around." He became the "first kid in his elementary school to turn in an assignmentfrom a word processor."[ His older brother also taught him to take things apart, and before long he wastaking "everything in his house apart to see how it worked.“
BACK RUB PROJECT•After enrolling for a Ph.D. program in computer science at Stanford University,Larry Page was in search of a dissertation theme and considered exploring themathematical properties of the World Wide Web understanding its link structure as ahuge graph•His supervisor Terry Winogradencouraged him to pursue this idea, which Page laterrecalled as "the best advice I ever got".[• Page then focused on the problem of finding out which web pages link to a givenpage, considering the number and nature of such backlinks to be valuable informationabout that page (with the role of citations in academic publishing in mind).• In his research project, nicknamed "BackRub", he was soon joined by Sergey Brin, afellow Stanford Ph.D. student.[
FIRST MEETING OF PAGE AND BRINoBrin and Page originally met in March 1995, during a spring orientation of newcomputer Ph.D. candidates.oBrin, who had already been in the program for two years, was assigned to show somestudents, including Page, around campus, and they later became good friends.oBACK RUB INTO PAGE RANKTo convert the backlink data gathered by BackRubs web crawler into a measure ofimportance for a given web page, Brin and Page developed the PageRank algorithm, andrealized that it could be used to build a search engine far superior to existing ones.It relied on a new kind of technology that analyzed the relevance of the back links thatconnected one Web page to another.In August 1996, the initial version of Google was made available, still on the StanfordUniversity Web site
BusinessIn 1998, Brin and Page founded Google, Inc. Page ran Google as co-president along with Brin until 2001 when they hired Eric Schmidt asChairman and CEO of Google. In January 2011 Google announced thatPage would replace Schmidt as CEO in April the same year. BothPage and Brin earn an annual compensation of one dollar. On April 4,2011, Page officially became the chief executive officer of Google,while Schmidt stepped down to become executive chairman.
Personal lifePage married Lucinda Southworth at Richard Branson s Caribbean island, Necker Island in2007. Southworth is a research scientist and sister of actress and model Carrie Southworth Hehas one child Other interests Page is an active investor in alternative energy companies, such as Tesla Motors which developed the Tesla Roadster a 244-mile (393 km) range battery electric vehicle He continues to be committed to renewable energy technology, and with the help of Google.org Googles philanthropic arm, promotes the adoption of plug-in hybrid electric cars and other alternative energy investments. Brin and Page are the executive producers of the 2007 film Broken Arrows
Awards and recognitionPc magazine has praised Google as among the Top 100 Web Sites and Search Engines(1998) and awarded Google the Technical Excellence Award, for Innovation in WebApplication Development in 1999. In 2000, Google earned a Webby Award, a PeoplesVoice Award for technical achievement, and in 2001, was awarded Outstanding SearchService, Best Image Search Engine, Best Design, Most Webmaster Friendly SearchEngine, and Best Search Feature at the Search Engine WatchIn 2002, Page, along with Sergey Brin, was named to the MIT Technology Review TR100,as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35.In 2003, both Brin and Page received an honorary MBA from IE Business School "forembodying the entrepreneurial spirit and lending momentum to the creation of newbusinesses...." And in 2004, they received the Marconi Foundation Prize, the "HighestAward in Engineering," and were elected Fellows of the Marconi Foundation at ColumbiaUniversity.
In announcing their selection, John Jay Iselin, the Foundations president, congratulatedthe two men for their invention that has fundamentally changed the way information isretrieved today." They joined a "select cadre of 32 of the worlds most influentialcommunications technology pioneers...." He was elected to the National Academy ofEngineering in 2004. In 2005, Brin and Page were elected Fellows of the AmericanAcademy of Arts and Sciences. In 2002 the World Economic Forum named Page aGlobal Leader for Tomorrow and in 2004 the X PRIZE chose Page as a trustee for theirboard.In 2004, Page and Brin were named "Persons of the Week" by ABC World NewsTonight. Page received an honorary doctorate from the University of Michigan in 2009during graduation commencement ceremonies.In 2011, he was ranked 24th on the Forbes list of the world’s billionaires and as the11th richest person in the United States.
Sergey BrinSergey Mikhaylovich Brin (Russian: Сергей Михайлович Брин; bornAugust 21, 1973) is a Russian-born American computer scientist and internetentrepreneur who, with Larry Page, co-founded Google, one of the largestinternet companies. As of 2011[update], his personal wealth is estimated to be$19.8 billion.
Sergey Brin. A native of Moscow, Russia, Brin was also the son of aprofessor, and came to the United States with his family when he was six.His father taught math at the University of Maryland, and it was from thatschools College Park campus that Brin earned an undergraduate degree incomputer science and math.Brin was already enrolled in Stanfords PhD program when Page arrivedin 1995
Economist magazine referred to Brin as an "Enlightenment Man", andsomeone who believes that "knowledge is always good, and certainlyalways better than ignorance", a philosophy that is summed up by Google’smotto of making all the world’s information "universally accessible anduseful" and "Dont be evil".economistEarly life and educationSergey Brin was born in Moscow to Jewish parents, the son of MichaelBrin and Eugenia Brin, both graduates of Moscow State University. Hisfather is a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, and hismother is a research scientist at NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center
Russian-born American computer scientist and internet entrepreneurBrin immigrated to the United States from Russia at the age of six. He earned hisundergraduate degree at the University of Maryland, following in his fathers andgrandfathers footsteps by studying mathematics, as well as computer science. Aftergraduation, he moved to Stanford to acquire a Ph.D in computer science. There he metLarry Page, with whom he later became friends. They crammed their dormitory room withinexpensive computers and applied Brin’s data mining system to build a superior searchengine. The program became popular at Stanford and they suspended their PhD studies tostart up Google in a rented garage
In 1979, when Brin was six, his family felt compelled to emigrate to the United States In an interview with Mark Malseed, author of The Google Story, Sergeys father explains how he was "forced to abandon his dream of becoming an astronomer even before he reached college". Although an official policy of anti-Semitism didnt exist in the Soviet Union Brin claims Communist Party heads barred Jews from upper professional ranks by denying them entry to universities; "Jews were excluded from the physics departments, in particular..." Michael Brin therefore changed his major to mathematics where he received nearly straight As. He said, "Nobody would even consider me for graduate school because I was Jewish." The Brin family lived in a three-room, 30 square meter (350 square foot) apartment in central Moscow, which they also shared with Sergeys paternal grandmother. Sergey told Malseed, "Ive known for a long time that my father wasnt able to pursue the career he wanted", but Sergey only picked up the details years later after they had settled in the United States.
Education in the United StatesBrin attended grade school at Paint Branch Montessori School in Adelphi,Maryland, but he received further education at home; his father, a professor in thedepartment of mathematics at the University of Maryland, nurtured his interest inmathematics and his family helped him retain his Russian-language skills. InSeptember 1990, after having attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School inGreenbelt, Maryland, Brin enrolled in the University of Maryland, College Park tostudy computer science and mathematics, where he received his Bachelor ofScience degree in May 1993 with honors.Brin began his graduate study in Computer Science at Stanford University on agraduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. In 1993, he interned atWolfram Research, makers of Mathematica. He is on leave from his Ph.D.studies at Stanford.
Search engine developmentDuring an orientation for new students at Stanford, he met Larry Page. In a recentinterview for The Economist, Brin jokingly said "Were both kind of obnoxious." Theyseemed to disagree on most subjects. But after spending time together, they "becameintellectual soul-mates and close friends". Brins focus was on developing data miningsystems while Pages was in extending "the concept of inferring the importance of aresearch paper from its citations in other papers." Together, the pair authored what iswidely considered their seminal contribution, a paper entitled "The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine."Combining their ideas, they "crammed their dormitory room with cheap computers" andtested their new search engine designs on the web. Their project grew quickly enough"to cause problems for Stanfords computing infrastructure." But they realized they hadsucceeded in creating a superior engine for searching the web and suspended their PhDstudies to work more on their system
Personal life In May 2007, Brin married Anne Wojcicki in The Bahamas. Wojcicki is a biotech analyst and a 1996 graduate of Yale University with a B.S. in biology. She has an active interest in health information, and together she and Brin are developing new ways to improve access to it. As part of their efforts, they have brainstormed with leading researchers about the human genome projectAwards and recognitionIn 2002, Brin, along with Larry Page, was named to the MIT Technology Review TR100, as oneof the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35.In 2003, both Brin and Page received an honorary MBA from IE Business School "forembodying the entrepreneurial spirit and lending momentum to the creation of newbusinesses...". And in 2004, they received the Marconi Foundation Prize, the "Highest Awardin Engineering", and were elected Fellows of the Marconi Foundation at Columbia University."In announcing their selection, John Jay Iselin, the Foundations president, congratulated the twomen for their invention that has fundamentally changed the way information is retrieved today."They joined a "select cadre of 32 of the worlds most influential communications technologypioneers..."[
Other interestsBrin is working on other, more personal projects that reach beyond Google. For example, heand Page are trying to help solve the world’s energy and climate problems at Google’sphilanthropic arm Google.org, which invests in the alternative energy industry to find widersources of renewable energy. The company acknowledges that its founders want "to solvereally big problems using technology."In October 2010, for example, they invested in a major offshore wind power development toassist the East coast power grid, which may eventually become the first "offshore windfarm" in the United States. A week earlier they introduced a car that, with "artificialintelligence," can drive itself using video cameras and radar sensors. In the future, drivers ofcars with similar sensors would have fewer accidents. These safer vehicles could therefore bebuilt lighter and require less fuel consumption.They are trying to get companies to create innovative solutions to increasing the worlds energysupply. He is an investor in Tesla Motors, which has developed the Tesla Roadster, a 244-mile (393 km) range battery electric vehicle
Google Inc. is an American multinational public corporation invested inInternet search, cloud computing, advertising technologies, and searchengines. Google hosts and develops a number of Internet-based servicesand products, and generates profit primarily from advertising through itsAdWords program. List of Google productsThis list of Google products includes all major desktop, mobile and onlineproducts released or acquired by Google Inc. They are either a gold release, in betadevelopment, or part of the official Google Labs initiative. This list also includesprior products, that have been merged, discarded or renamed
DesktopDesktop 1.1 Standalone applications 1.2 Desktop extensions2 Operating systems Screenshot of Google products3 Mobile This list of Google products includes all major desktop, mobile 3.1 Web applications 3.2 Standalone applications4 Web 4.1 Account management 4.2 Advertising 4.3 Communication and publishing 4.4 Development 4.5 Mapping 4.6 Search 4.7 Statistics 4.8 Other5 Hardware6 Services7 Discontinued 7.1 Scheduled
•Meaning of the Name and Why It IsCalled "Google":The name “Google” was inspired bythe mathematical term, "googol."This is the name that was given tothe number "1," followed by 100 zerosby Milton Sirotta when he was 9 yearsold. Milton’s uncle was mathematicianEdward Kasner, who helped popularizethe term in his book, “Mathematics andImagination.”Sergey and Larry chose to name theirsearch engine “Google” as a variationof this mathematical term because itrelated to the enormity of the task oforganizing the immense amount ofinformation that was available on theinternet.
Google’s First Employee:Craig Silverstein, a fellow Stanford computer science grad student, washired to help build what is now the world’s largest search engine.Craig is currently Googles technology director. He told the San FranciscoChronicle, “We need to make search as good as a human answering a search request.We need to be like the computer on Star Trek, and we are very, very farfrom that."
Google Philosophy and Quotations:"We have a mantra: dont be evil, which is to do the best things we know how for ourusers, for our customers, for everyone. So I think if we were known for that, it would bea wonderful thing." - Larry Page"The ultimate search engine would basically understand everything in the world, and itwould always give you the right thing. And were a long, long ways from that." - LarryPage"As we go forward, I hope were going to continue to use technology to make really bigdifferences in how people live and work." - Sergey Brin"Obviously everyone wants to be successful, but I want to be looked back on as beingvery innovative, very trusted and ethical and ultimately making a big difference in theworld." - Sergey Brin
Google Employment and Workplace:Googles workplace amenities are known by many and duplicated by few. In order to helpemployees maintain a healthy work-life balance, Google provides these benefits onsite to itsemployees.Workout room with weights and rowing machineLocker roomsWashers and dryersMassage roomAssorted video gamesFoosballBaby grand pianoPool tablePing pongRoller hockey twice a week in the company parking lotSnack Rooms with free snacks foods, fruit, and beveragesFree breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the employee cafe.
GrowthIn March 1999, the company moved its offices to Palo Alto, California, home to several othernoted Silicon Valley technology startups. The next year, against Page and Brins initialopposition toward an advertising-funded search engine, Google began sellingadvertisements associated with search keywords. In order to maintain an uncluttered pagedesign and increase speed, advertisements were solely text-based. Keywords were sold basedon a combination of price bids and click-throughs, with bidding starting at five cents per clickIn 2003, after outgrowing two other locations, the company leased its current office complexfrom Silicon Graphics at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, California. Thecomplex has since come to be known as the Googleplex, a play on the word googolplex, thenumber one followed by a googol zeroes. Three years later, Google would buy the propertyfrom SGI for $319 million. By that time, the name "Google" had found its way intoeveryday language, causing the verb "google" to be added to the Merriam Webster CollegiateDictionary and the Oxford English Dictionary, denoted as "to use the Google search engine toobtain information on the Internet."
toughest Competitors of Google in 2010Being from partners to rivals, Apple is one of the toughest opponents for Google in the year2010. Today, Apple and Google have been locking their horns in the field of Smartphone,Mobile App Store, OS, Mobile Ad, and Online Music and so on. Likewise, Apple is morethan up to the task of battling Google in these areas as well as browsers, where GoogleChrome competes against Apple Safari. But battle between will intensify, as the market forthe digital music and SmartPhones is all set for growth in 2010. Google’s music search alongwith its partner MySpace and Pandora are looking to compete with Apple’s iTunes, whichwas the No 1 music retailer in United States in 2009. Further, Google’s Android will havetough time as Apple’s iPhones continues to grab hold of the market all round the globe.
MicrosoftMicrosoft have enhanced Bing, adding image search and mapping. But in responseGoogle have unveiled real time search. In December, Google also added a photosearch capability, a dictionary and a translator that finds relevant content in 40languages. Entering 2010, Google still dominates search, with more than 70% of themarket. Apart from search, the battle is likely to focus on cloud based collaborationtool.Google Apps is designed to undercut sales of Microsoft products, including Exchangeand SharePoint. Microsoft has responded with Office Web Apps, free Web-basedversions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote that are due out in 2010. Last butnot the least; the browser war between these two is giants are likely to heat up in2010. So 2010 awaits the answer if ever so popular Microsoft’s premier browser’smarket share could be brought down by Google’s Chrome.
AmazonAmazon with its Kindle e-book reader is one of the leaders in e-book reader’s market. The other arewhere Google is taking on Amazon is in cloud computing. Google’s Apps Engine, a newbie cloudcomputing platform that allows developers to create their own Web applications and run them onGoogle’s infrastructure will be competing with Amazon’s Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2) which haalready grab hold of market with its several upgrade after its release in 2006. So it will be a greatbattle to watch when these two giants fight for market supremacy on Cloud computing and E-bookreadership. Facebook Facebook, probably the most popular stuff in the internet right now, has attracted 350 million active users in just six years and is subject of interest for the guys at Google too. In 2010, Google and Facebook rivalry is likely to heat up based on question that about the way people will find their information in future. With ever increasing use of social networking and the rise of Facebook, Google’s worry seems to be a viable one.
Corporate Social Responsibility Google China Social Innovation Cup for College StudentsGoogle China Social Innovation Cup for College Students" is anationwide competition that aims to empower China’s youth tobecome agents of social change. By soliciting project ideas fromcollege students and funding viable proposals, we hope to instill inChina’s future leaders the values of social responsibility, theimportance of community welfare, and the spirit of self-empowerment. Among all colleges and universities that participate inthe competition, 100 of them that top in the number of proposalsubmission will share 500 Google "Campus Volunteer Stars"Scholarships every year.
Supporting Earthquake Relief EffortsAt 2:28 pm on May 12th, 2008, a 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck Sichuan province inWestern China, claiming the lives of tens of thousands. Amidst the chaos and despair,Google’s various departments mobilized immediately to support rescue and relief efforts.In early September 2008, Google funded construction of 15 Google Quake Relief Hope Schoolsin the city of Mianyang in Sichuan province, helping 18,184 elementary and high school studentsto return to the classroom. Below is a list of our Quake Relief Hope Schools:Google has also partnered with MercyCorps, Save the Children, Doctors without Borders andother organizations to commit rescue and relief support to quake victims for the next 2-3 years,focusing especially on rebuilding, rehabilitating, and retraining.
Google GrantsGoogle Grants is an in-kind donation program awarding free AdWords advertisingto select charitable organizations. Since its inception, we have supported hundredsof organizations in advocating and promoting their causes, from animal rights andliteracy to abandoned children and HIV education.Other Charitable EndeavorsPHE Summer Camp’s college students tour Google headquarters (07/2007)2007 New Great Wall Self-Empowerment Summer Camp’s leaders and trainees tourGoogle headquarters (08/2007)Partnership with JA China (02/2008)State-level Poverty Counties – Shaanxi Province, Chunhua County Survey Investigation(06/2008)Support for Tsinghua University Charity Foundation’s activities (07/2008)Support for Guizhou Province education effort (07/2008)
Simple white background with time-to-time changes in the title, “Google” with a special historic day or to celebrate a certain day. Top bar has Web, Images, Videos, Maps, News, Shopping, Gmail, and more. Voice search, allowing faster input than typing, or if the correct spelling is not known. When signed into your Google account, your search history will be automatically recorded. Google Instant, which rapidly generates possible searches that contain the typed characters. For example if you typed Goo, it would display Google, Google maps, Google translate...Share your own picture to the world. You can upload your own picture.Image search with optional settings such as size, color, type, and sorting.Video search that is connected to YouTube. Also with optional setting such as duration, time,quality, also other sources that is related to the topic that you are searching.
Google logo size reductionThe new design reduced the size of the Google logo. Move of linksLinks for advertising, business partners and company information pushed to the bottomedges of the browser. InternationalGoogle is available in many languages and has been localized completely or partly for manycountriesJune 2011 redesignIn late June 2011, Google introduced a new look to the Google home page in order to boost theuse of the Google+ social tools. Google +1+1 helps people discover relevant content aimed to increase Google search result status offering astatus to show people know and trust the content. When a signed-in Google user is searching,Google search result snippet will show a +1 button to recommend the page and an annotationwith the names of the users connections whove +1d your page.
Negative reception Many users have reported being unable to save the Instant Search "off" setting in their Google preferences.  Censorship The publication 2600: The Hacker Quarterly has compiled a list of words that are restricted by Google Instant. These are terms the web giants new instant search feature will not search. Most terms are often vulgar and derogatory in nature, but some apparently irrelevant searches including "Myleak" are removed.Search optionsThe webpages maintained by the Google Help Center have text describing more than 15various search options. The Google operators:OR – Search for either one, such as "price high OR low" searches for "price" with "high" or"low". "-" – Search while excluding a word, such as "apple -tree" searches where word "tree"is not used."+" – Force inclusion of a word, such as "Name +of +the Game" to require the words "of" &"the" to appear on a matching page."*" – Wildcard operator to match any words between other specific words.
Negative reception Many users have reported being unable to save the Instant Search "off" setting in their Google preferences. Censorship The publication 2600: The Hacker Quarterly has compiled a list of words that are restricted by Google Instant. These are terms the web giants new instant search feature will not search. Most terms are often vulgar and derogatory in nature, but some apparently irrelevant searches including "Myleak" are removed “GOOGLE IS A SEA Customers save time and money because theres no specialized software to license, patch and periodically replace.