At Google we are all technology optimists. We intrinsically believe that the wave upon which we surf, the secular shift of information, communications, and commerce to the Internet, is still in its early stages, and that its result will be a preponderance of good.
The whole article strikes a chord within me. If you haven’t read it, do. I’m impressed by its optimism. There’s wisdom, too, in the author’s predictions for the future of the internet. I’m blown away by Google’s “observations on the future of the Internet for all of us to assess, consider, and carry as we do our work.”
THIS is the kind of article that leads.
Describing Googlers, the author is surely describing all of us who live and work online: “We are standing at a unique moment in history which will help define not just the Internet for the next few years, but the Internet that individuals and societies around the world will traverse for decades. As Googlers our responsibility is nothing less than to help support the future of information, the global transition in how it is created, shared, consumed, and used to solve big problems. Our challenge is to steer incessantly toward greatness, to never think small when we can think big, to strive on with the work Larry and Sergey began over ten years ago, and from this task we will not be moved.”