Eric Schmidt on Google’s future, supercomputers and free public wifi
April 11, 2007 | By Peter Bihr |
Wired: How should we think about Google today? Schmidt: Think of it first as an advertising system. Then as an end-user system — Google Apps. A third way to think of Google is as a giant supercomputer. And a fourth way is to think of it as a social phenomenon involving the company, the people, the brand, the mission, the values — all that kind of stuff.