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Sergey Brin was born in Moscow
Sergey Brin was born in Moscow and moved to the United States in 1979 together with his parents when he was 4 years old. His family arrived at the permanent residence of the American emigration program for people with Jewish roots, and soon a former mathematics teacher Michael Brin became professor of the University of Maryland, and his wife, Eugenia, scientists specialist in American national agency of the National Aeronautics and Space Exploration (NASA). Sergey himself graduated with honors University of Maryland, where he studied mathematics and computer science. Receiving a scholarship from the National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. The main area of research Sergey technology were collecting data from unstructured sources, large halls texts and scientific data. He is the author of dozens of publications in leading American academic journals, as well as periodically serves in various national and international scientific, business and technology forums. Preparing to defend a doctoral thesis at Stanford, Brin met Larry Page, and in 1998 they jointly founded Google. Brin and Page assumed call your system Googol is the mathematical term meaning number, which consists of one unit and 100 zeros. But first the sponsors did not know what the word, and wrote out a cheque for Google Inc. Over the 9 years of its existence, Google search engine has become the largest and one of the most popular in the world.
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+2I'm sure you might opt out of the Google Eye (?) tech, but that's just you. Perhaps you weren't among those protesting when cell phoens began spreading around the world. Maybe you resisted the early days of AOL and related interwebs. Possibly you have a black & white T.Tech will continue to grow and expand around the world. The OLPC initiative tries to put the interwebs in the hands of those who don't even have TVs, yet there will always be those who bemoan the Borg assimilation.My wife and I occasionally discuss the fact that no one we know still cooks dinner like our parents did. We have a freezer full of steamer bags that we just nuke and serve, while canned food is a backup. I remind her all the time that my parents moved from a primarily agrarian fare serving food from our garden and hunted in the woods behind our house to more and more canned food as they got older. Not only because it was easier, but because the food was often better for you. Now health kicks have made nukeable food better than fresh in many cases. Do I cry because we no longer grill food outside? Not a chance; I'm too busy enjoying my newfound free time.And that's what technology does. It handles the time-consuming tasks we've done for decades and makes those tasks either simpler and more convenient, or inconsequential. And I for one plan to buy more steamers at teh grocery store because Amazon doesn't deliver groceries to my house yet.

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