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January 19, 2007 at 1:26 PM

Students Googling in Kirkland

I missed this while I was at CES: A group of students recently toured Google’s Kirkland office to inspire them to pursue careers in technology.

Then Google took it a step further and let Jenna Warman, a Lake Washington High School student, write about the tour on the company’s official corporate blog:

What I liked most about the Google building were the different Google Doodles all along the walls and the lava lamps in the reception area that were Google colors.

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