Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Correlation between Google's share price and average employee IQ supported by recent observations

Are you thinking what I'm thinking? This spelling error fest came up if you tried to go to blogger.com during a brief spell of maintenence an hour ago.

High marks for John Paczowski's foresight, about a year ago: "Google share price finally exceeds average employee IQ". Looks like we might have a new Moore's Law on our hands here.

A brief look at Google's current share price for the last two weeks or so seems to correspond with their current spelling conventions.

Does this chart reflect Google's current trend in average employee IQ? Certainly looks like Paczowski's Law holds. One thing is clear: Eric Schmidt's evil scale probably looks quite different.

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