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November 27, 2006

The Full Google Master Plan 1.0


Google's Master Plan, from the lobby whiteboard, has been erased two months ago. Chris diBona says: "It was getting kind of crufty." The mix of serious plans with geek humor shows a lot about Google's culture. From hiring hardware engineer to redesigning TCP/IP and HTTP, from the space elevator to buying AOL, from Google OS to Noosphere, and finally to saving the world.

You can see the now-erased Master Plan in a series of photos taken by Chris diBona and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license if you go to this album (you should click on magnify button to see each photo clearly). Or you could check the plan in one single high-resolution image from Undergoogle.com.

{ Rediscovered by Googlified. }

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  2. What happened to it?
    It was working this morning...
    ...man it was cool.
    I wish I had gotten to read the whole thing.

    Google take it down?

    BTW, What is undergoogle.com's relationship with Google?
    Is is official? If not, how did they get the Hi-Def image?

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  3. The high-resolution image is from Chris diBona's album (there's a link in the post).

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