Friday, June 1, 2007

John Edwards at the Googleplex

Another presidential candidate stopped by the Googleplex yesterday: former North Carolina Senator John Edwards. He's the fourth presidential contender to stop by, following Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. John McCain, and Gov. Bill Richardson. Sen. Edwards addressed a host of topics, including poverty, health care, and Iraq, and made some news by urging the FCC to set aside spectrum in its upcoming auction for the purpose of fostering new broadband options. Naturally, that's music to our ears given our own work on the upcoming spectrum auction.

As with all the candidate visits to Google, Sen. Edwards' complete talk is up on YouTube:

Also check out the short interview that Sen. Edwards did with YouTube's "Citizen Steve," a.k.a Steve Grove:


João Leiras said...

I hope some day I do the same and have a chance to visit the googleplex, that´s one of the places in the world that any person that use the internet everyday dream to visit.

Best regards

João Leiras

Larry said...

How can John Edwards can make this kind of mistake? Google is major internet services provider and has a huge and strong image in online world. It was really unforgettable moment for every candidate. So lucky they are.
Hope I also get the honor to visit the Google the big shark of the internet sea.