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Livingston: What advice would you give someone who was working at a big technology company (that wasn t like Google in terms of encouraging new ideas) if they had a great idea that they thought could help the company Buchheit: It depends on your situation. It depends how risk-averse you are.
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You should consider going to work at Google, start a startup, or go to another place where you are going to have that opportunity. For someone who s pretty far down in a company, if they are going to try to change the whole culture of the company, I m skeptical. When I was leaving Intel, one of my managers there was trying to convince me, You don t have to leave to do the startup thing. There are startup opportunities inside of Intel.
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Livingston: When you were working on it, were you working startup hours
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Did it feel like a startup
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Buchheit: Oh yeah. We had a pretty tight little team. We have really smart peo-
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ple and they are fun to work with. I m not a morning person, so I m always here at night. My normal hours were something like noon until 3:00 a.m. It s hard to go home at night, because you get working and you say, I m just going to make this one last improvement. Then, the next thing you know, it s 3:00 a.m.
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Livingston: Did it affect your relationship with your wife Buchheit: No, it was nothing new. I ve always been like this, so she was used to it. It s actually a much bigger change now, because I see her every day. But, as I say, for these people, it depends on their situation if they can take that risk of joining a startup or moving to a new city if they don t live in the right place. For me, I was actually single at the time, I didn t have a mortgage, so the idea of joining a little startup that may well be destroyed was just like, That will be fun. Because I kind of thought, Even if Google doesn t make it, it will be educational and I ll learn something. Honestly, I was pretty sure AltaVista was going to destroy Google.
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Repairing the disk electronics on an early Gmail prototype.
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Cofounder,WebTV
One weekend in 1995, Steve Perlman tested his theory that the Web could look as good on a TV screen as it did on a computer monitor. In 3 days of roundthe-clock effort, he built a thin client for surfing the Web, using a television as a display. He invited his friend Bruce Leak over to see what he d built, and they knew right away it was a big enough idea for a startup. It was a natural project for Perlman, by then one of the leading experts on display technology. At Apple, he helped bring color to the Mac. Later, at his first startup, Catapult Entertainment, he built one of the first systems for network games. Now he wanted to bring the Web into people s living rooms. A little over a year after that first prototype, Sony and Philips sold the first WebTV set-top boxes to the public. In 1997, WebTV (now called MSNTV) was acquired by Microsoft for over $500 million.
Livingston: Take me back to the weekend in 95 when you built the WebTV prototype. How did you get the idea Why did you decide to do this Perlman: For many years, I ve been interested in making television interactive. What I mean by interactive is something beyond just changing channels up and down, to get it where people can have access to content that s more interesting to be able to find what they want and then to be able to view it on demand. For example, what we now consider to be DVR, or what you do with your TiVo. At the time, it was considered something you d only do in an editing suite. If you were a network professional, you might have a disk-based digital editing system. I wanted to do all those things, and I even did a lot of the work at Apple. In fact, just a month ago on the History Channel they showed some of the early stuff I did at Apple. It was 1989. I was showing a system where we had video on
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