Google.org

   12 October 2005, early morning

We hope that someday this institution will eclipse Google itself in overall world impact by ambitiously applying innovation and significant resources to the largest of the world’s problems.

Google.org is the philanthropic wing of Google. Currently the site is quite empty, but in the future it will be a place to find out information about getting grants from Google, and I suppose to find out what non-profit activities Google is up to. The GoogleBlog has more information about current endeavors Google is undertaking, in a post entitled About Google.org. I like the we-can-change-the-world mentality of Google.

 

Comments

  1. Bullshit!

  2. What exactly do you think is bullshit?

  3. Smells like a tax dodge. I suppose Google has the right intentions. And I am tired of giving Google the benefit of doubt.

  4. And people change the world, not corporations. Or maybe I should stop making sweeping generalizations!

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