One photo a day until I meet Jonathan Harris

27th April

Even though I haven't read to the end yet, it seems like a great story.

If it is to be believed, it's the tale of just how much two people can change the world when making money is not their primary objective.

Of course, this book is preaching to the converted, but the more I read, the more I'm impressed with the altruistic and inquisitive foundations of the company.

I do worry however that eventually even Google may go the way of so many other good things. Who will take the reins after Larry or Sergey decide they have had enough?

Rather than bowing to the forces of the market or the will of shareholders, I'm half wishing we could find some other way to eventually nominate their successors.