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Hi, I’m Brad Feld, a managing director at the Foundry Group who lives in Boulder, Colorado. I invest in software and Internet companies around the US, run marathons and read a lot.

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A Brief View Into Google’s Internal Systems

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On Google Blogoscoped, I ran into a post titled The Tools Google Uses Internally that is a short overview of a web seminar that walks through the tools a typical Googler works with daily.  This led me to the actual presentation (59 slides – many of them screenshots) which I found fascinatingly detailed.  If you’ve heard of MOMA, Snippet, and Ideas but never seen screenshots, now you can join the magic special club.

  • Sean

    Brad,

    Very interesting, and relevent post.

    We recently developed the alpha version of a product that includes much of the funtionality mentioned into a single web-based application so its nice to see our ideas on how to increase productivity and innovation validated.

  • curmudgeonly troll

    hmmh… made me wonder what OS Google employees use… it seems that as of a year ago new employees were asked if the wanted a PC or Mac. But if everything is Web-based Ubuntu/Goobuntu seems like a possibility.

  • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

    It appears that the author of the post has now taken the document down off the web.

  • Sean

    Brad,

    Very interesting, and relevent post.

    We recently developed the alpha version of a product that includes much of the funtionality mentioned into a single web-based application so its nice to see our ideas on how to increase productivity and innovation validated.

  • curmudgeonly troll

    hmmh… made me wonder what OS Google employees use… it seems that as of a year ago new employees were asked if the wanted a PC or Mac. But if everything is Web-based Ubuntu/Goobuntu seems like a possibility.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    It appears that the author of the post has now taken the document down off the web.

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