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Google's Barge Project
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30:01 - 33:50 (03:48)

Google had proposed a project in which they would park a barge near San Francisco and make it a tourist attraction to showcase their technology, similar to a mad scientist's idea. This project was proposed as a way to make Google's presence more noticeable and to spread the internet to everyone.

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