If you're Eric Schmidt, you have to pray that Google is not going to need to hire an out-of-work comedian when it turns 30.
Of course, Google has another couple of decades before reaching that milestone. By then, Schmidt will be kicking it in the Bahamas (or wherever it is that gazillionaires spend their golden, um, in this case, platinum years.)
It's been awhile, but I'm quite sure I did not write a piece marking the cosmic significance of Microsoft when it reached 10. (And I'm not going to bore you by writing about the metaphysical … Read more