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Sunday, January 02, 2005

60 Minutes, Redux

So after more than a year of work, the Google feature came and went just like that. Lots of comments popping up all over the web, and in my in-box. Here's an example of the most common feedback I've heard tonight:

There was a math question given on the 60 minute interview showing Google's job application questions. One of the questions was what is the next number in the sequence of 10, 9, 60, 90, 70, 66? My ten year old son wrote the numbers down and came up with 141. Can you please tell us the correct answer, so knows if he was right or not?

I'm surprised Lesley didn't ask Alan to answer the question...

Other interesting comments from across the Web:

60 Minutes Official site
BoingBoing: Can't say I enjoyed the Bollywood piece as much as Xeni did
Gary Price (SEW) : "The Google PR juggernaut..." -- Oy!
InsideGoogle: Interesting bulleted observations
SearchEngineLowdown: Andy even posted photos!
Unfogged.com: Mom-watch
GrayArea: Bubblehead?
EricBurke: Suggests a Google PVR
Virgin Blogger #1
Virgin Blogger #2
And #3 (nice to see that a feature like this drives new users to our site immediately)
OBO: Nice AdWords plug
CBS Grump: "First good thing on CBS since well, ever."
/.: On Google hiring

1 Comments:

  • 96

    based on the incresing length of the name string of the number (i.e)
    ten
    nine
    sixty
    ninety
    seventy
    sixtysix

    so the next would be

    ninetysix

    By Anonymous suneedh, at 9:44 AM  

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