10 Cool Things You Didn't Know About Google

You use Google's site every day, but how well do you know the company?

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Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_2-100350665-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_3-100350666-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_4-100350667-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_5-100350668-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_6-100350669-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_7-100350670-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_8-100350671-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_9-100350672-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_10-100350673-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_11-100350674-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_12-100350675-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_13-100350676-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_14-100350677-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_15-100350678-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_16-100350679-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_17-100350680-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_18-100350681-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_19-100350682-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_20-100350683-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty

google_quiz_21-100350684-orig.jpg
http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2009/081209-colbin-google-quiz.html

Regardless of how you feel about Google, you have to admire them. Two techies in a garage with no viable business model have created one of the fastest-growing, most profitable, most admired companies, ever. They affect millions of people around the world and provide the infrastructure for an online economy worth billions. They have, in short, been almost frighteningly true to their mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. For more of Google's story, go here.

But how well do you really know Google? Take this quiz to see — and no fair googling the answers.

Also see:

Getting to know Google

Kaila Colbin's Google Watch blog

Google Subnet: An independent Google community

Microsoft-Yahoo's Big Hurdle: Google Search Loyalty