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ERIC SCHMIDT

I have also noticed the greatest products are typically designed for the benefit of the people who are building them.

In Uber’s case, the original product was a private car sharing for a small set of people. Google was built for Stanford but mainly for Larry and Sergei themselves. The first Google server was in their bedroom. Once they outgrew this, they put several servers in their home, the garage, then took over the whole house, etc.

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