Wed Oct 15 10:22:59 GMT 2003 NPR's Fresh Air: The Google Founders
(From Bruce Garlock)
I admit it: I am an NPR addict. I have always held public TV, and public radio in the highest regard, which is something my grandfather instilled in me at a young age. I also did not have cable growing up, so PBS was about the only choice I had on the TV. I didn't start listening to NPR until I got older, and I now currently wake up to my local station, WBUR every morning. Yesterday, a piece on NPR's fresh air with Terry Gross, had an interview with the founders of Google: Sergey Brin and Larry Page. This is a very interesting interview, as Terry Gross always finds the right buttons to push with the people she is interviewing (no pun intended). You can find this in the archive section on https://freshair.npr.org then select archived shows for Tuesday, October 14th, 2003.
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