• http://www.searchmarketinggurus.com Li Evans

    Pittsburgh *sigh*…. why not Philly? I can then be the like Barry and get the exclusive tour of the building and ride a skooter around. :)

    Come on Google, Philly is after all the City of Brotherly Love (just please don’t watch our evening news casts).

  • http://www.marketingprinciples.com Cohn

    I am Oklahoman and have a lake house approximately 60 miles from Google’s rumored location.


    Eastern, Oklahoma is beautiful and has an abundance of water.

    If you are out this way in July be sure to stop by Pryor’s hair fest “Rocklahoma”

  • SEOrefugee

    I blogged about this a couple of weeks back Google Going to be OK but I still can’t believe it. I suppose it makes sense in terms of power and space but there’s gonna be some culture shock for sure.

  • http://cohn.wordpress.com Cohn

    There will be a press conference on Tuesday May 1st at 10:00 AM CST to announce their plans.

  • http://cohn.wordpress.com Cohn

    Scratch that got the time right and date wrong…
    “We will be having an announcement on the new Company 10:00AM Wed the 2nd of May at our Expo Center near the Airport. .The Gov is scheduled to be present.Feel free to attend.”

  • http://cohn.wordpress.com Cohn

    Via the TulsaWorld.com:

    “By Staff Reports
    5/2/2007 7:55 AM

    Internet giant Google is expected to announce plans for a major data center at Mid-America Industrial Park in Pryor at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday during a ceremony at the park.

    Though the company has not offered any details about its Pryor location, other recently-announced “server farms” in North Carolina and South Carolina will be constructed on 210 acres and 520 acres, respectively. Both would cost $600 million to build and eventually employ 200.

    In November, a Delaware limited liability company called Myall LLC registered with the Oklahoma secretary of state. The Oklahoma Ordnance Works Authority then sold Myall 800 acres immediately south of the Gatorade plant under construction at the park.

    Last month, the Grand River Dam Authority agreed to double the capacity of a planned Mid-America Industrial Park substation being built at the request of an anonymous future tenant operating under the shell company Tathra LLC. Tathra and Myall are believed to be connected.

    Google uses server farms, or large clusters of computers, to power Internet search requests and other services provided by the company online.”

  • http://searchengineland.com Danny Sullivan

    Valleywag has made a cool map of the States Of Google here.