Client work: How Google Works

Client work: How Google Works

Posted on 29. Jun, 2010 by in Uncategorized

So here is my latest infographic, hot off the press.  How Google Works.  It’s a flow type chart that diagrams the process of how google gets it data and what happens in the second after you search.  It’s a $20 billion a  year process for google, and pretty interesting.

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