An air cannon challenge, with the Google Maps product manager waltzing through the picture.
The Googleplex volleyball court with
professional actors .
The Google Culinary Team sure takes their job serious.
A SpaceshipOne replicate.
A Google lunch.
Good Charlotte plays at Google’s 8th birthday. There’s people with “I’m feeling lucky” shirts in the audience, and the band makes dirty jokes about “googling.”
Wha...?! Google tortures plants?!
Rollerdancing at the “Googlympus” holiday party.
Posing for a satellite image at the Geo Developer Day.
The Kinderplex with kids photos & artwork.
Looks like a kind of Barcamp.
The Kilroy drawing reads: “We are always (Google) watching...”
Frank Taylor of the unofficial Google Earth Blog at Google’s Geo Developer Day.
Dude with shirt that reads “In one century advertising got easier.”
These are not the Google colors. Expect someone to get fired.
Aaron Swartz says Google treats their employees like kids. Wonder why he thinks so.
”...And are you not,’ said Fook leaning anxiously forward, ’a greater analyst than the Googleplex Star Thinker in the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity which can calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle throughout a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard?...” (From the Hitchhiker’s Guide)
[Most of the photos are from 2006, from Google’s Californian headquarter. Air cannon, volleyball court and geo developer photo Creative Commons licensed by Spanaut. Kilroy CC-licensed by Elea C. Advertising shirt CC-licensed by David McClure. Frank Taylor image CC-licensed by Luistxo. SpaceshipOne, lunch and Good Charlotte CC-licensed by Matt Pagel. 42 CC-licensed by Jessica. All other photos CC-licensed by John Lester aka Pathfinder Linden. Thanks!]
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