11 interesting facts About Google

Google is one of the largest companies specializing in internet-related services and products. Along his journey, a lot of interesting facts that accompany its development as one of the leading companies in the world. The following 11 interesting facts about the California-based companies:

1. Loan Server
In January 1996, Larry Page and Sergey Brin created a site called BackRub, the forerunner of Google. The site is operated from a server owned by Stanford University, which at that time still a simple shape and use the enclosure of lego.

2. Home page
Display the home page simple Google turns out not because of the minimalist concept. Marissa Mayer (now CEO of Yahoo!) said that the concept is original thought from the founder of Google which is maintained. At that time the founders of Google is indeed not a webmaster and less versed in HTML so that the page view of his face made simple.

3. The first Doodle
Display the first Doodle is a symbol of the Festival Burning Man, Nevada, 1998. The first Doodle was displayed because both Google founders are on the show and wanted to let you know that they're not in the Office on that week. Since then Google often displays a Doodle that was intended to commemorate a variety of events and figures of the world as a tribute to them.

4. Call employees
Google gives a unique call to employees. For new hires, known as old employees, whereas a Noogler commonly referred to with Xoogler.

5. A little but rich
The founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin turned out to have only a 16% share of the company. But make no mistake, the amount of the equivalent of 16% of the money is valued at US $ 46 billion.

6. Employees join the rich
Not only the top brass founders and become filthy rich, about 1000 employees also become millionaires since Google released a public company in 2004.

7. Unique Language
Google doesn't just give the option for the countries in the world, but the local languages of a country and also from the world of fiction. You will find the Klingon language from Star Trek, the pirate (Pirate), the language of Java (Javanese) and other weird language.

8. Rent a goat
In 2009, Google hired about 200 goats for one weekend and take it off in the field just to eat the grass. It is intended that the goats that nourish the soil land in areas of their offices in California.

9. Pay dearly
The company paid about US $ 300 million per year to their search engine is installed by default in the browser Mozilla Firefox hosts.

10. The first Tweet
The first Tweet shown Google through their accounts on Twitter that "I'm 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010" which means "I'm Feeling Lucky" in binary code.

11. "I'm Feeling Lucky Button
Google I'm Feeling Lucky button is included for users who do not wish to continue the search. However this turns out, the key of the unique impact on the loss of income from Google ads. Even with the existence of the button, Google lost revenue estimated at up to US $ 110 million each year. However until now Google still puts the button with the reason that everything that is manifested not merely about Google money.

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