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Google's Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter | Wired Business | Wired.com

Google's Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter | Wired Business | Wired.com | 10xers | Scoop.it
Larry Page lives by the gospel of 10x. Most companies would be happy to improve a product by 10 percent. Not the CEO and cofounder of Google.
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Jim Collins: How to manage through chaos - Fortune Management

Jim Collins: How to manage through chaos - Fortune Management | 10xers | Scoop.it
It’s one thing to rise to greatness. It’s another to do so in a time of upheaval, disruption, and economic turmoil (hello, 2011). How do some companies do it? Management guru Jim Collins shares the answers for the first time here.
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Official Blog: Introducing Project Loon: Balloon-powered Internet access

Official Blog: Introducing Project Loon: Balloon-powered Internet access | 10xers | Scoop.it

We believe that it might actually be possible to build a ring of balloons, flying around the globe on the stratospheric winds, that provides Internet access to the earth below. It’s very early days, but we’ve built a system that uses balloons, carried by the wind at altitudes twice as high as commercial planes, to beam Internet access to the ground at speeds similar to today’s 3G networks or faster. As a result, we hope balloons could become an option for connecting rural, remote, and underserved areas, and for helping with communications after natural disasters. The idea may sound a bit crazy—and that’s part of the reason we’re calling it Project Loon—but there’s solid science behind it.

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Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution

Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution | 10xers | Scoop.it
By Dieter Bohn and Ellis Hamburger

Something strange and remarkable started happening at Google immediately after Larry Page took full control as CEO in 2011: it started designing good-looking...
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