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Margins On Google quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#1. Don't know if it's good or bad that a Google search on "Big Bang Theory" lists the sitcom before the origin of the Universe #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Margins On Google quotes by Charles Schwab
#2. We couldn't buy Google on the IPO, but I knew I wanted to own it. I was gonna go big. It came out and went down a bit. I got distracted by something and didn't get in. #Quote by Charles Schwab
Margins On Google quotes by Aleksandar Hemon
#3. I have been on the margins in terms of having to find a place to live and getting a job, but at some point, and before that point, I always thought no matter where I am, that's the center. #Quote by Aleksandar Hemon
Margins On Google quotes by Tim Berners-Lee
#4. The Google algorithm was a significant development. I've had thank-you emails from people whose lives have been saved by information on a medical website or who have found the love of their life on a dating website. #Quote by Tim Berners-Lee
Margins On Google quotes by Robert Tercek
#5. In its quest to organize the world's information, Google has scoured vast troves of data to amass the greatest accumulation of information assets on the planet, including the billions of search queries on and YouTube and the billions of interactions on Android, the dominant operating system for most mobile devices. Google also controls an ever-growing index of the world's websites and the browsing history of more than 2 billion users, three types of maps of the Earth's surface and traffic patterns, a real-time list of trending topics, the largest archive of discussions in Usenet groups, the entire contents of 20 million books, a huge collection of photographs, the largest collection of video on the planet, the largest online email repository, even the largest archive of DNA data. #Quote by Robert Tercek
Margins On Google quotes by Steve Mann
#6. There will be Apple Glass, and Google Glass, and RIM Glass. These companies are all working on glass. I think everyone is going to be making glass. I think we're also going to have a glass war instead of a smartphone war. #Quote by Steve Mann
Margins On Google quotes by Simon Mainwaring
#7. The launch of Google+ apps sends a powerful signal - the personalized web has begun. What this means is that the way information is structured and accessed will turn on the individual, or rather their personal profile which is a composite of all the data collected on the basis of what they have searched for and shared. #Quote by Simon Mainwaring
Margins On Google quotes by Robert Scoble
#8. A great product will survive all abuse. Google Glass is a great product. How do I know? Every person I put it on (I did it dozens of times at 500 Startups yesterday) smiles. No other product has done that since the iPod. #Quote by Robert Scoble
Margins On Google quotes by Ray Dalio
#9. Don't be a perfectionist, because perfectionists often spend too much time on little differences at the margins at the expense of other big, important things. Be an effective imperfectionist. Solutions that broadly work well (e.g., how people should contact each other in the event of crises) are generally better than highly specialized solutions (e.g., how each person should contact each other in the event of every conceivable crisis). #Quote by Ray Dalio
Margins On Google quotes by Steve Weddle
#10. And so many of the indies have partnered with Google to sell ebooks right from their own websites. These stores are embracing the "new technology" instead of hiding from it, because they realize it's about the story, not the ink on paper. If you want ebooks, your local indie can sell you ebooks. If your local independent is hanging up posters saying that ebooks will kill everything, you should tag that bookstore as a favorite in your GPS doohickey. You'll get great deals, because that store will have a going-out-of-business sale soon. Yes, even though you try to save it with a letter-writing campaign. #Quote by Steve Weddle
Margins On Google quotes by Stefanie Weisman
#11. Memorization has gotten a bad rap recently. Lots of students, and even some educators, say that being able to reason is more important than knowing facts; and besides, why bother committing things to memory when you've got Google? My response to this - after I've finished inwardly groaning - is that of course reasoning is important, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't know facts as well. It's not like you have to choose between one or the other. Besides, facts give you a foundation on which to reason about things. #Quote by Stefanie Weisman
Margins On Google quotes by Scott Weiland
#12. People read things on Google, and they have these perceptions, these misconceived perceptions of who you are. At times that hurts, because they really don't know who I am. #Quote by Scott Weiland
Margins On Google quotes by Mark Steyn
#13. Google and Apple and other latter day American success stories started in somebody's garage--the one place where innovation isn't immediately buried by bureaucracy, or at least in most states, not until some minor municipal functionary discovers you neglected to apply for a Not Sitting Around on My Ass All Day permit. #Quote by Mark Steyn
Margins On Google quotes by Matthew Carter
#14. Click-throughs on a video are often much higher than a standard website listing on the front page of Google. If you see a video in the Google results ... it stands out a lot more than a regular website listing does, so [it] tends to attract more clicks. #Quote by Matthew Carter
Margins On Google quotes by Mike Barnicle
#15. We have more tools at hand, literally, to make life easier and more productive than ever. We have Google, Wikipedia, iPads, iPhones, iTunes, YouTube, Netflix, and 600 cable channels. We can shop, pay bills, order food, and get nearly everything delivered, all of it with the touch of a finger on a device in the palm of our hand. #Quote by Mike Barnicle
Margins On Google quotes by James Surowiecki
#16. This intelligence, or what I'll call "the wisdom of crowds," is at work in the world in many different guises. It's the reason the Internet search engine Google can scan a billion Web pages and find the one page that has the exact piece of information you were looking for. It's the reason it's so hard to make money betting on NFL games, and it helps explain why, for the past fifteen years, a few hundred amateur traders in the middle of Iowa have done a better job of predicting election results than Gallup polls have. #Quote by James Surowiecki
Margins On Google quotes by Lawrence Lessig
#17. [I]t kind of terrified me to imagine myself spending the rest of my life tinkering on the margins of the small arguments. #Quote by Lawrence Lessig
Margins On Google quotes by Guy Kawasaki
#18. If you think that leadership is deciding what you want and telling people to do it, I feel sorry for you. Reality is going kick your ass so far that not even Google will find you. The goal of this chapter is to help you become such a great leader that you'll appear on the first page of a Google search for leader. #Quote by Guy Kawasaki
Margins On Google quotes by J.D. Vance
#19. A good friend...once told me, "The best way to look at this might be to recognize that you probably can't fix these things. They'll always be around. But maybe you can put your thumb on the scale a little for the people at the margins" (238). #Quote by J.D. Vance
Margins On Google quotes by Eli Pariser
#20. Because of the economies of scale in data, the cloud giants are increasingly powerful. And because they're so susceptible to regulation, these companies have a vested interest in keeping government entities happy. When the Justice Department requested billions of search records from AOL, Yahoo, and MSN in 2006, the three companies quickly complied. (Google, to its credit, opted to fight the request.) Stephen Arnold, an IT expert who worked at consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, says that Google at one point housed three officers of "an unnamed intelligence agency" at its headquarters in Mountain View. And Google and the CIA have invested together in a firm called Recorded Future, which focuses on using data connections to predict future real-world events. #Quote by Eli Pariser
Margins On Google quotes by Bill Maher
#21. New Rule: Not everything in America has to make a profit. If conservatives get to call universal health care "socialized medicine," I get to call private, for-profit health care "soulless vampire bastards making money off human pain." Now, I know what you're thinking: "But, Bill, the profit motive is what sustains capitalism." Yes, and our sex drive is what sustains the human species, but we don't try to fuck everything.

It wasn't that long ago when a kid in America broke his leg, his parents took him to the local Catholic hospital, the nun stuck a thermometer in his ass, the doctor slapped some plaster on his ankle, and you were done. The bill was $1.50; plus, you got to keep the thermometer.

But like everything else that's good and noble in life, some bean counter decided that hospitals could be big business, so now they're not hospitals anymore; they're Jiffy Lubes with bedpans. The more people who get sick, and stay sick, the higher their profit margins, which is why they're always pushing the Jell-O.

Did you know that the United States is ranked fiftieth in the world in life expectancy? And the forty-nine loser countries were they live longer than us? Oh, it's hardly worth it, they may live longer, but they live shackled to the tyranny of nonprofit health care. Here in America, you're not coughing up blood, little Bobby, you're coughing up freedom. The problem with President Obama's health-care plan isn't socialism. It's capitalism. When #Quote by Bill Maher
Margins On Google quotes by Bill Gates
#22. You know, development sometimes is viewed as a project in which you give people things and nothing much happens, which is perfectly valid, but if you just focus on that, then you'd also have to say that venture capital is pretty stupid, too. Its hit rate is pathetic. But occasionally, you get successes, you fund a Google or something, and suddenly venture capital is vaunted as the most amazing field of all time. Our hit rate in development is better than theirs, but we should strive to make it better. #Quote by Bill Gates
Margins On Google quotes by Adam Mansbach
#23. When we talk about communities, we seldom discuss the margins. But for every person nestled comfortably in the bosom of a community, there is someone else on the outskirts, feeling ambivalent. Ambiguous. Excluded. Unwilling or unable to come more fully into the fold. #Quote by Adam Mansbach
Margins On Google quotes by Nick Denton
#24. Google and others truncate headlines at 70 characters. On the Manti Teo story, Deadspin's scoop fell down the Google search results, overtaken by copycat stories with simpler headlines. Deadspin's headline was 118 characters. Vital information - 'hoax' - was one of the words that was cut off. #Quote by Nick Denton
Margins On Google quotes by Marc Andreesen
#25. Google is working on self-driving cars, and they seem to work. People are so bad at driving cars that computers don't have to be that good to be much better. #Quote by Marc Andreesen
Margins On Google quotes by Steve Ballmer
#26. My children - in many dimensions they're as poorly behaved as many other children, but at least on this dimension I've got my kids brainwashed: You don't use Google, and you don't use an iPod. #Quote by Steve Ballmer
Margins On Google quotes by Freeman Dyson
#27. The beauty in the genome is of course that it's so small. The human genome is only on the order of a gigabyte of data ... which is a tiny little database. If you take the entire living biosphere, that's the assemblage of 20 million species or so that constitute all the living creatures on the planet, and you have a genome for every species the total is still about one petabyte, that's a million gigabytes - that's still very small compared with Google or the Wikipedia and it's a database that you can easily put in a small room, easily transmit from one place to another. And somehow mother nature manages to create this incredible biosphere, to create this incredibly rich environment of animals and plants with this amazingly small amount of data. #Quote by Freeman Dyson
Margins On Google quotes by Simon Schama
#28. The digital communications technology that was once imagined as a universe of transparent and perpetual illumination, in which cancerous falsehoods would perish beneath a saturation bombardment of irradiating data, has instead generated a much murkier and verification-free habitat where a google-generated search will deliver an electronic page on which links to lies and lunacy appear in identical format as those to truths and sanity. But why should we ever have assumed that technology and reason would be mutually self-reinforcing? The quickest visit to say, a site called Stormfront will persuade you that the demonic is in fact the best customer of the electronic. #Quote by Simon Schama
Margins On Google quotes by Jeffrey Zeldman
#29. Advertisers don't want to be ignored, and they are drunk on our data, which is what Google and other large networks are really selling. The ads are almost a by-product; what companies really want to know is what antiperspirant a woman of 25-34 is most likely to purchase after watching 'House of Cards.' #Quote by Jeffrey Zeldman
Margins On Google quotes by Eric Schmidt
#30. We know that Google Earth and Google Maps have had a tremendous impact on Google traffic, users, brand, adoption, and advertisers. We also know Google News, for example, which we don't monetize, has had a tremendous impact on searches and on query quality. We know those people search more. Because we've measured it. #Quote by Eric Schmidt
Margins On Google quotes by Melanie Moreland
#31. What happened?" "I tried to do one of those roundy type kicks. I missed."
"You're not ready for a roundhouse kick, Emmy. Far from it. That's a whole other type of training." "I saw it on the internet. It looked easy." I snorted, and Bentley rolled his eyes. "How many times do I have to tell you to stay off Google? #Quote by Melanie Moreland
Margins On Google quotes by Billy Childish
#32. I like being on the margins. You work better there. #Quote by Billy Childish
Margins On Google quotes by Kelly Link
#33. On old maps, cartographers would draw strange beasts around the margins and write phrases such as "Here be dragons." That's where monsters exist: in the unmapped spaces, in the places where we haven't filled in all the gaps ... #Quote by Kelly Link
Margins On Google quotes by Oprah Winfrey
#34. There's nobody who would be willing to do an interview on a regular basis that you can't go and Google and find out what has happened to them in the past week. There's nobody. #Quote by Oprah Winfrey
Margins On Google quotes by Anne Rice
#35. The vampire is an outsider. He's the perfect metaphor for those things. He's someone who looks human and sounds human, but is not human, so he's always on the margins. #Quote by Anne Rice
Margins On Google quotes by George Saunders
#36. I live up in the hills, and I don't have any cable, and I have really slow satellite, so that does it - because being on the Internet is okay, but it takes a long time. I have a prediction that at some point, there will be a backlash. Like at the end of the '60s, there was that back-to-the-land movement, and I'm guessing that people will start consciously saying, "I'm not taking the phone with me," or "I'm only checking email x number of times a day," or "I'm not ever gonna self-Google," for example. #Quote by George Saunders
Margins On Google quotes by Jeffrey Panzer
#37. Why are you here?
Where am I?
You have come to this place… to lie in the ground?
The derision in the question was clear.
I have come to this place to find peace.
And what is peace?
Laughter in the recesses of his mind.
This is peace.
Perhaps it is.
I don't know.
A pause.
Talking to yourself, eh?
There is no one else around.
That is the beginning of wisdom.
And what of it?
Who are you?
I am Peter.
What are you?
I… I am that which says I.
He sparked a cigarette, nicotine bringing a touch of stability to his otherwise entirely too excited cognitions.
What is I?
I am.
That is all?
I don't know.
Where is I?
Where am I?
I am between this and that.
This is again wisdom.
He laughed aloud now, pulling deeply on his smoke, exhaling through clenched teeth.
I am space.
Of a sort.
I am a character in a story.
Nothing more?
A page of your life turns. Do you see it?
The blank of the page, the openness of its margins, do you see?
This is the void of your unfolding imagination.
Would you fill it with your own story?
I am void. I am between. I am neither this nor that. I am an idea of a between.
What story would you have?
Whatever I can. I am nothing.
That is enough?
What would you be?
A man.#Quote by Jeffrey Panzer
Margins On Google quotes by Richard Branson
#38. Actually, we did a fun April Fools' thing with Google a couple of years ago, which we called Virgle. And we looked for volunteers to go on a one-way trip to Mars. #Quote by Richard Branson
Margins On Google quotes by Nolan Bushnell
#39. Do I really want to do a mobile game that's one of 300,000, where discoverability is everything? You really have to have a little more sizzle on the steak. I would rather be one of 100 apps for Google Glass than one of 300,000 for iOS and Android. #Quote by Nolan Bushnell
Margins On Google quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#40. I don't understand how, up to now, an atheist could know there is no God and not kill himself at once. To recognize that there is no God, and not to recognize at the same time that you have become God, is an absurdity, otherwise you must necessarily kill yourself. Once you recognize it, you are king, and you will not kill yourself but will live in the chiefest glory. But one, the one who is first, must necessarily kill himself, otherwise who will begin and prove it? It is I who will necessarily kill myself in order to begin and prove it. I am still God against my will, and I am unhappy, because it is my duty to proclaim self-will. Everyone is unhappy, because everyone is afraid to proclaim self-will. That is why man has been so unhappy and poor up to now, because he was afraid to proclaim the chief point of self-will and was self-willed only on the margins, like a schoolboy. I am terribly unhappy, because I am terribly afraid. Fear is man's curse … But I will proclaim self-will, it is my duty to believe that I do not believe. I will begin, and end, and open the door. And save. Only this one thing will save all men and in the next generation transform them physically; for in the present physical aspect, so far as I have thought, it is in no way possible for man to be without the former God. For three years I have been searching for the attribute of my divinity, and I have found it: the attribute of my divinity is - Self-will! That is all, by which I can show in the main point #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Margins On Google quotes by Chris Hadfield
#41. Data gathered on the Shuttle and ISS help power Google Maps; #Quote by Chris Hadfield
Margins On Google quotes by Jaymin Eve
#42. I might be a tad on the lazy side when it came to researching - it was always the job I hated the most when I was stuck in the call center - but when things interested me I was all over them. I was like a ninja private investigator with a degree in Google. #Quote by Jaymin Eve
Margins On Google quotes by Tim Cope
#43. We can see every square metre of the planet on Google Earth. But there is no substitute for that sensory experience of going out into the world and discovering things for yourself. #Quote by Tim Cope
Margins On Google quotes by Vince Gilligan
#44. [Making meth] is a complex process. The truth of it is that we live in a post-Google world where you can find six recipes for meth in 30 seconds on a search engine. #Quote by Vince Gilligan
Margins On Google quotes by Guy Kawasaki
#45. 40. Be Defiant In our opinion, most search engine optimization (SEO) is bullshit. It involves trying to read Google's mind and then gaming the system to make Google find crap. There are three thousand computer science PhDs at Google trying to make each search relevant, and then there's you trying to fool them. Who's going to win? Tricking Google is futile. Instead, you should let Google do what it does best: find great content. So defy all the SEO witchcraft out there and focus on creating, curating, and sharing great content. This is what's called SMO: social-media optimization. #Quote by Guy Kawasaki
Margins On Google quotes by Eric Schmidt
#46. Over time I've learned, surprisingly, that it's tremendously hard to get teams to be super ambitious. It turns out most people haven't been educated in this kind of moonshot thinking. They tend to assume that things are impossible, rather than starting from real-world physics and figuring out what's actually possible. It's why we've put so much energy into hiring independent thinkers at Google, and setting big goals. Because if you hire the right people and have big enough dreams, you'll usually get there. And even if you fail, you'll probably learn something important. It's also true that many companies get comfortable doing what they have always done, with a few incremental changes. This kind of incrementalism leads to irrelevance over time, especially in technology, because change tends to be revolutionary not evolutionary. So you need to force yourself to place big bets on the future. #Quote by Eric Schmidt
Margins On Google quotes by Rebecca MacKinnon
#47. One thing is very clear from the chatter I see on Chinese blogs, and also from just what people in China tell me, is that Google is much more popular among China's Internet users than the United States. #Quote by Rebecca MacKinnon
Margins On Google quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#48. Routine comes down like twilight on a harsh landscape, softening it until it is tolerable. The complexity is too subtle, too varied; the values are changing utterly with each lesion of vitality; it has begun to appear that we can learn nothing from the past with which to face the future - so we cease to be impulsive, convincible men, interested in what is ethically true by fine margins, we substitute rules of conduct for ideas of integrity, we value safety above romance, we become, quite unconsciously, pragmatic. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald