Google Glass Houses

“In a larger sense, Google found itself and its culture deeply maladapted to a new set of political, social, and business imperatives. To invent products like Gmail, Earth, and Translate, you need coddled geniuses free to let their minds run wild. But to lock down lucrative government contracts or expand into coveted foreign markets, as Google increasingly needed to do, you need to be able to issue orders and give clients what they want.” Nitasha Tiku with a Wired cover story. Three Years of Misery Inside Google, the Happiest Company in Tech.

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