The world is turning into information, and that information wants to be organized, accessible, and useful. I don’t think Google’s mission needs to change at all. Whether or not they knew it at the time, Google created a manifesto that I believe will prove to be dead on in the context of an economic shift to a information-first paradigm. And when the history of this era is written, I’d wager that Google will be seen as the first information-first conglomerate to both identify and exploit that shift.
回应昨天分享的 硅谷外籍码工们对奥巴马的移民改革感到失望。今天分享另一种观点来看美国的外籍码工的问题 －－ 万恶的资本家啊！
"There's no evidence of any way, shape or form that there's a shortage in the conventional sense," says Hal Salzman, a professor of planning and public policy at Rutgers University. "They may not be able to find them at the price they want. But I'm not sure that qualifies as a shortage, any more than my not being able to find a half-priced TV." The real issue, say Salzman and others, is the industry's desire for lower-wage, more-exploitable guest workers, not a lack of available American staff.