Thursday, July 06, 2006

Baseline on "How Google Works"

David Carr at Baseline Magazine wrote a long article on Google called "How Google Works".

It is an interesting summary that links together a bunch of information buried in a lot of sources. As David said near the start of the article:
Google has a split personality when it comes to questions about its back-end systems. To the media, its answer is, "Sorry, we don't talk about our infrastructure."

Yet, Google engineers crack the door open wider when addressing computer science audiences, such as rooms full of graduate students whom it is interested in recruiting.

As a result, sources for this story included technical presentations available from the University of Washington Web site, as well as other technical conference presentations, and papers published by Google's research arm, Google Labs.
I am briefly quoted on the second page of the article, unfortunately nothing particularly insightful.

Make sure to clickthrough on the "Next" link on each page so you see the entire article. It's 14 pages long. If you want it all on one page, the printer-friendly version is here.

2 comments:

Cristopher said...

Well, Google's stand is very apparent from its wicked intentions. Google's sole aim is to earn revenue with relevancy lost in the graveyard..

I have found a site http://www.organicspam.com that has impressed me with its motive and content. They have openly raised sword against Google. Will have to say that this is definitely a bold move

Sharat chandra said...

sir ,i wish to present a paper on how google works.i want to delve more in to the technical aspect of the website.kindly help me in as much measure you are capable of ,kindly oblige my request.