I don't think anyone would argue that Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the co-founders of Google, were not incredibly smart - not even the people who read here and hate Google. They are widely smart people, the co-founders. So when you get them together, doing a 45 minute interview, with Vinod Khosla a venture capitalist who is worth $1.5 billion but was unable to convince his management team back in the early days to acquire Google for $1.5 million or so, you want to listen to the conversation.
Very little of this conversation talks about search but it does make you think about the direction Google is going both in search and connected devices and technologies.
Here is the video:
You can read the transcript at khoslaventures.com.
John Mueller wrote on Google+:
Listening to Larry & Sergey talking about Google, and where it's headed is always fascinating to me. The mix of Larry's deep philosophical ideas, and Sergey's humor on top makes for interesting conversations -- well worth watching for anyone curious about Google, in my opinion.
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