Finding where my photos end up being used can be tricky. I license photos directly, but also through third parties. I found this photo used in the Swiss newspaper Der Bund. It’s a photo of a street sign that leads into Google in Mountain View.
The title of the article in English reads “Half of the Jobs Disappeared”. It is an article interviewing the German journalist Christoph Keese about a book he wrote about Silicon Valley. Interestingly he was an exchange student in Silicon Valley in the 1980’s- I grew up in Silicon Valley and was an exchange student in Germany in the same time frame. Small world 😉
I’m still working on my video skills, sorry they’re crap right now. But here’s a short snippet I caught of the new Google two seater self driving car in a Silicon Valley parking lot. Fortunately I did get some decent stills (see here.)
I’ve been trying to grab a little stock video while I’m out doing the regular SiliconValleyStock schtick. Here are a few recent samples captured at the Googleplex in Mountain View AKA Silicon Valley. I just figured out how to display here on my site without going to Youtube or any of that sort of thing, so I might drop a bunch more on this site soon.
Once again I stumbled upon Google’s new self driving car. This time it was in yet another public parking lot, dodging between the controversial Google Busses that park there. And once again I could see the Googler’s working on the project were not happy about my presence. The “driver” made an effort to stay in areas that I had a hard time pointing towards. None the less this parking lot had some great vantage points, including some that showed the interior quite well too.
One of the most amusing things I’ve seen at Google was this “Android Graveyard”. Actually the sculptures are under renovation, I’m assuming they’ve been reassembled. But when I stumbled upon them, they were in pieces- jelly beans strewn on the lawn, Android robots sans arms and heads.
I’ve spent quite a bit of time hanging out at the Googleplex in Mountain View here in Silicon Valley. Now and then you’ll see one of Google’s self driving cars driving by. Here’s a gallery of the Lexus version. There’s also a Prius version and a built from scratch two seater that I’ll add as a separate entry.