What Can You Find In Matt Cutts & Amit Singhal's Google Office?

Apr 24, 2013 - 6:50 am 16 by
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Matt Cutts Office at Google

The head of Google search, Amit Singhal, shares an office with the head of Google search spam, Matt Cutts. Technically, Amit is Matt's boss. Got that?

Yesterday, Amit posted a rare picture on Google+ of Matt Cutts eating an Oreo and Resse's sandwich. It is rare that he posts pictures of this, rare for Matt to eat such a treat and rare to see a picture of their office in public.

Anyway, the cookie is cute but what else can you find in this picture? I see:

  • Startrek Shirt On Door
  • Apple Sticker On Book Shelf
  • Whiskey Bottle On Book Shelf
  • Possible Hookah Next To Whiskey
  • Fitbit on Matt's wrist

What am I missing or did I mess up on?

Of, one person asked if eating an oreo and resse's sandwich will improve rankings. I will try to get an official answer from Google on that. ;-)

This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers.

 

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