Google looking to establish hive mind
With stocks falling and bouncing and the euro dropping to its lowest point in four years, it’s hard to be optimistic about business.
I have found that I have blogged about Google quite a bit. It is my favorite Big Brother. I find it’s global dominance somewhat charming, and I have a secret desire to work there.
They allow dogs in the office. They bring in goats to cut the grass. Now, Google owns bees.
With four new hives, Google intends to raise awareness about Colony Collapse Disorder. It also supplies the employees with fresh honey and wax. Google’s executive chef, Marc Rasic, posted an article on the Google Blog explaining why it was important to have these bees on the grounds.
Honey extraction and beekeeping is left to volunteers. Cooking classes and candle-making sessions will be offered in the fall.
Posted on June 7, 2010, in Biz Tech, Energy, Newspaper & Journal Articles, Op-Ed, Technology and tagged beehive, bees, colony collapse disorder, Google, Google beehive, Google bees. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.