Google's meteoric rise the last 8 years generates extreme cases of media envy and worship everywhere. The "Do No Evil" company seemingly never makes a stumble, even when it acknowledges they made a bad deal custom filtering Google to make the Chinese government censors happy.
Still, Google just can't do any wrong, even as critics try to dig up the dirt.
CNN Money's The Browser spotted and authenticated it. Jossip then posted this funny today under the catchy headline title "Google CEO Eric Schmidt Controls $144 Billion; Declines To Shell Out An Additional $10 At Kinko's To Have Them Proofread His Business Cards":
It hasn't exactly been a stellar day over at Google headquarters. First, the hot lunch was described as "tepid at best" by engineers at the Googleplex cafeteria. And now comes damning evidence that Google CEO and Chairman (sp?) Eric Schmidt is carrying around a typo-laden business card.
If it's one of those infamously-creative Google tests designed to evaluate potential job candidates (spot and fix the error, you're Google-ready), kudos. That's good "think differently" a la Apple.
posted by Chris Kennedy @ Wednesday, February 28, 2007,