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Livingston: What surprised you most looking back on the whole process Was it about 2 years Buchheit: It depends where you draw the line, but it was a couple of years. I
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a machine that s down, what do you do You have to be able to respond to everything that goes wrong very quickly, so that s challenging. I was actually surprised to some extent at how positively some of the things we did were received. We were pretty nervous about some of our features. The idea of doing the whole thing in JavaScript internally a lot of people were very unsure about that, but I think that our users loved it. It actually worked better than we expected it to. We were pretty nervous about it, because there are so many browsers out there and they all have plug-ins and some of these plug-ins will cause problems for you. It s really worked out better than we thought it would.
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average is, but the bonuses in general can be very significant much more so than at other companies. For me personally, I ve been here long enough that there s only one bonus that matters, right Which is part of why, for newer employees, things like the Founders Grants are much more important, because they re not going to get stock at a nickel a share or whatever. So something like a Founders Award isn t necessarily that important to me, but would be for newer employees.
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Livingston: What number employee were you Buchheit: 23. Livingston: How did you join Google Buchheit: I was working at Intel in the area and was kind of bored. I was look-
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ing around for something more interesting and I emailed Google my r sum . Interestingly enough, the first time I emailed my r sum , it bounced because their mail server was down. But I emailed it again the next day and it got through and they called me up. I came in and took a job. It worked out well, but it wasn t like I saw this company and said, Oh wow, this is going to succeed! I just thought it would be fun. It looked like there were some smart people and it was kind of interesting work that it would be more fun than my old job.
Livingston: Did you get any compensation for doing this project that was such
a big success within the company
Buchheit: It s hard for me to know even, because, even after the initial stock
grants, throughout the history of the company they ve given follow-on grants. So I don t know what mine would have been if I wasn t working on Gmail.
Livingston: I heard you came up with the famous Don t be evil principle. Can
you give me the background
Buchheit: I believe that it was sometime in early 2000, and there was a meeting to decide on the company s values. They invited a collection of people who had
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been there for a while. I had just come from Intel, so the whole thing with corporate values seemed a little bit funny to me. I was sitting there trying to think of something that would be really different and not one of these usual strive for excellence type of statements. I also wanted something that, once you put it in there, would be hard to take out. It just sort of occurred to me that Don t be evil is kind of funny. It s also a bit of a jab at a lot of the other companies, especially our competitors, who at the time, in our opinion, were kind of exploiting the users to some extent. They were tricking them selling search results which we considered a questionable thing to do because people didn t realize that they were ads.
Livingston: The users didn t know Buchheit: Companies would just mix the ads in with the regular search results
so people would think it was a search result. It s kind of like fake news or something. In a newspaper, they re usually pretty good about separating out which things are advertisements and which aren t. But the search engines at the time were all selling search results and mixing them in with the real ones, so it was a little bit of a differentiator that we always said that we would never do that and haven t. So it was all those inspirations, and I just thought it was a catchy little phrase. But the real fun of it was that people get a little uncomfortable with anything different, so throughout the meeting, the person running it kept trying to push Don t be evil to the bottom of the list. But this other guy, Amit Patel, and I kept kind of forcing them to put it up there. And because we wouldn t let it fall off the list, it made it onto the final set and took on a life of its own from there. Amit started writing it down all over the building, on whiteboards everywhere. It s the only value that anyone is aware of, right It s not the typical meaningless corporate statement or platitude.
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