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Googleplex

(GOOGLE comPLEX) Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA. The name has two meanings: firstly, it is the combination of Google and the company's headquarters (the complex), and secondly, it is a takeoff on the mathematical term "googolplex," spelled "g-o-l," not "g-l-e." A googolplex is 10 to the power of googol, written as 10googol. See googol and Google.
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A concept similar to that of TED talks, famous and eminent personalities from all walks of lives are invited to Googleplex to give a talk to its employees.
Then Google took over a Silicon Valley campus built near a former garbage dump to create the mother of all tech paradises, the Googleplex, where the company provides free food, massage rooms, and bathrooms with heated toilet seats.
In May 2014, the Reverend Jesse Jackson traveled from his home in Chicago to the Googleplex in Mountain View, California, to address the search giant's annual shareholder meeting.
NIT will offer: A space for collaboration and |innovation in a building modelled on Google's headquarters Googleplex, with places for networking and special project teams.
NIT will offer: A space for collaboration and innovation in a building modelled on Google's headquarters Googleplex, with places for networking and special project teams.
With their breathtaking Googleplex campus featuring free gourmet meals, haircuts, medical facilities, gyms, swimming pools, nap pods, video games and many other incredible perks working at Google is on every professional's wish list.
Still, in "Plato at the Googleplex,'' Goldstein writes five dialogues in the manner of Plato.
Cybersecurity, Information security and information assurance are top-most agendas of every business ranging from Googleplex at California to an emerging start-up like Convo.
The course aACAo which got a shoutout in a New York Times column last week aACAo is fast becoming an institution in and outside of the Googleplex.
When I started writing this column seven years ago, a smartphone was called a Blackberry, most educational video producers were shooting standard def to tape, and YouTube had just gone from scrappy startup to part of the Googleplex.
So my, admittedly contrarian and in the gaga universe of the Googleplex even heretical, view is that Google is an overvalued puppy at $1080.