Marissa Mayer – Google's first female engineer and one of its most familiar public faces – is moving on from her role as vice president of search to run the company's geolocation and local services. As originally reported by Bloomberg, Mayer will also join Google's operating committee, a kind of privy council that helps drive …
Glamour or Earthy goodness
Yes OK she is the glamour girl. But ya knows I would still prefer to see ML(i)F dressed in Latex and Leather myself.
lets hope she does evil.....
fnarr fnarr :D
She can join my privy council..
Any day of the week..
People tried to give her the nickname of "GooGirl". Until they Googled it, that is..
..and incidentally, how come Matt Cutts doesn't have to put up with innuendo when he gets mentioned?
Meat & Veg
She's now their head of GIS?
Look at the right eye - is that a google camera transplanted in there? Or was her father Isaiah Mayer?
AFAIK Google Buzz wasn't a location play, it was/is Google's latest tribute to twitter.
Window Snyder FTW
chief algorithms officer
I want a title like that.
Perhaps 'Simple Arithmetic Operative' is more suitable though.
Google evil etc etc
"After all, if you know a user's location, it becomes that much easier to target ads."
Zomg NO! They're using their BUSINESS STRATEGY to bring us products for FREE but with ever more relevant ads?!?!
Quick, I wantz too get off teh internetz!
Now that she's gone, goog will probably do something really awful and complicated like putting CPU-sucking animated and colourful balls on their search page. Oh....wait....
kill it with fire
Oooh, a masters! Well, I'm sure she was recruited on merit
Good morning Dr Cooper, Dr Hofstadter, Dr Koothrappali ... Ms Mayer.
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