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Sergey Brin's Blog: Too.blogspot.com

Google founder Sergey Brin
Did you know that Google’s founder, Sergey Brin started his new blog? Yes he did. The address is too.blogspot.com. It's known that the name of the blog is linked to Sergey's work outside of Google. It’s just over five days ago that it went live. I was rather slow to catch up this news. Anyway, a news is a news.

Sergey (35) started Google with Larry Page in 1997. It is now the world's biggest search engine and the most visited site on the planet.

Sergey Brin’s first post itself related to his being more prone to Parkinson’s disease due to a genetic disorder. Google confirmed Sergey Brin’s blog by September 18, and the news was spread by Google SEO specialist, Mr Matt Cutts.

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  1. Thanks for the link. I didn't know that Sergey had started a blog, but it might be an interesting read. I wonder if he'll be slipping Search Engine Optimization secrets into his posts . . .

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