Google enters the magazine fray
Google has moved into another sphere towards world domination, by launching a new magazine in the UK for its partners and advertisers, called Think Quarterly.
The magazine will be published, obviously enough, four times a year, and the first edition is dedicated to Data and a copy has been sent to their target audience. Google said on the website they have no plans to sell copies of the magazine.
Google has posted information about the new magazine on its official website, where you can also view the entire first issue for free, if you're interested in the topics covered, which includes an interview with Guy Laurence, CEO of Vodafone UK, a visual history of data capture, a feature on where to find 'sexy data' online and more.
The post says, "Like most companies, Google regularly communicates with our business customers via email newsletters, updates on our official blogs, and printed materials."
Matt Brittin, Managing Director, UK & Ireland Operations of Google also posted on the site, and said, "Think Quarterly is a breathing space in a busy world. It's a place to take time out and consider what's happening and why it matters."
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