Google has published its first edition of Think Quarterly, a 64-page online magazine/book that comes from the company's UK & Ireland offices.
The first issue is dedicated to "data" as a topic and features a series of articles written by guest authors and Google employees. Hal Varian, the company's chief economist, writes about "data obesity" while Googler Tony Fagan writes about data in relation to search advertising.
I couldn't tell you if the articles are any good yet, but I can say that it might be the most good-looking online magazine I've seen. The design is quite Googley: clean l [...]
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