Impatience is a Virtue: Year One of Larry Page’s Reign
It’s been a busy couple of days at Google. Three pieces on Wired.com about the company, two of which dealt with Larry Page’s one-year anniversary.
The first is an essay on Larry Page’s anniversary as CEO.
Number two is a report on the latest from the company’s shoot-for-the-moon skunkworks, Google[x]. Project Glass is Google’s long-rumored digital heads-up display that lets you do everything a smart phone does in a no-hands, Phil K. Dick style.
Finally, today Larry Page posted a memo to the public about his thoughts after completing a year as CEO and beginning a new one. Here’s my take on it. What I really like about it is that it jibes pretty well with what I’ve been writing about Google and Page for the past few months. He even echoed the key word in my piece the day before–impatience.
To those who have been impatient for Larry Page to address the public, he’s come through nicely.