‘Misdirection, Doublespeak, Non-Answers, and Straight Up Bad Decisions’

They have really great projects that they start, but they seem to lack on idea of what the use case is, or the follow through needed to make them a success. Search+ seems like one of those things that the engineers pushed through without thinking about the ramifications.

I would argue that this was a decision made by the marketing department, and not by the engineers. If Google was being run my engineers, it might still look like this.

via ‘Misdirection, Doublespeak, Non-Answers, and Straight Up Bad Decisions’ — The Brooks Review.

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