'60 Minutes': Sergey Brin Video
'60 Minutes': Sergey Brin Video Transcript
>> Here coming around, we have North America.
>> Oh, look at that.
>> Google co-founder, Sergey Brin is showing us an electronic globe that displays the mountains of Google searches happening around the world at any given moment.
>> So every little dot represents a certain number of searches, but you can see that there are thousands of searches going on every second. Now, you can see Europe up here.
>> Oh. And these are all different languages, right?
>> All the different colors?
>> Looking at the Googleplex, company headquarters in Silicon Valley, it's hard to imagine that just a few years ago, the company basically consisted of the Russian-born Brin, and co-founder Larry Page working in a converted garage.
>> Our boardroom table was also our ping-pong table, so -- it had the net and everything.
>> And the dress code?
>> I think we were pretty much disheveled students.
>> A lot of Googlers still look like disheveled students. And there's a strong spirit of play. Besides all the ping-pong, there's a volleyball game every day at noon.
>> This is really where we spend, you know, the overwhelming majority of our time. And so in order to have a good lifestyle, we had to have a good lifestyle at work. ^M00:01:13 [ Ticking clock ] ^E00:01:22
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