Home 140 Google I/O keynote livestream 140YouTubeYoutube clips Google I/O keynote livestream By Doug Simmons - May 15, 2013 21 8 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 140 Where Are The Cheap Windows Tablets? 140 Graphic Definition of the Term iSheep 140 Wunderlist Updated With Live Smart Tiles 140 The Great Tablet Conspiracy 140 Deal Alert: Asus VivoTab Note 8 at Tiger Direct for $329.99. Android I’m sick of my Lumia 900. What should I get? 8 COMMENTS i am not pro google for the rest of 2013 Loading... @Ramon LoL. Yep count me too. Loading... You two don’t happen to mean anything specific by this declaration, do you? Loading... yes, you got it. Loading... Ok, WHAT the hell is wrong with this guys voice?? IS his voice supposed to be coming through his nose like that? Loading... LoL. It seems he took page from Eric Schmidt. Eric’s baby sitting didn’t go wrong and ES should be proud. Page took jabs at Microsoft and Oracle. Hello, this is not Wall Street Conference or some other, it is developers conference. Please take the correct podium to vent against your rivals. Since Schmidt will be happy, I see our Simmons jumping on the couch while listening to Page. Loading... Sean: Larry Page has been suffering from a recurringly-debilitating vocal cord paralysis condition. Sometimes he sounds like this, other times he can’t talk at all, and has trouble breathing, it is permanent and life-threatening. Additionally he has Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, which may have precipitated this condition. Loading... .. which I’m sorry to learn, first time I heard him speak, took a liking to his style. Perhaps I took that liking either because he’s good or it’s an exaggerated impression from a presumption that a man potentially on his last legs who has to struggle to talk (on the occasions on which he is able to do that) chooses his words (and his options in life and business) wisely; also that he remains in this leadership position in spite of the condition (conditions plural) suggests that he’s highly regarded within Google, which is how I’m regarding him, having sat through this. Loading... Comments are closed.