Google Cofounder Sergey Brin Starts Blogging at TOO

Google Cofounder Sergey Brin has launched a personal blog on Google blogger called TOO located at Would you be rushing out there to get some Google tips?

What kind of a blog name is TOO? Sergey explains in the first post that “While Google is a play on googol, too is a play on the much smaller number – two. It also means “in addition“, as this blog reflects my life outside of work.”

So did he post some Google tips? No. In fact the blog was truly personal as he talks about his mother suffering from Parkinson’s disease and how he is at higher risk to develop it too, and is getting prepared to support research into it.

I carry the G2019S mutation and when my mother checked her account, she saw she carries it too. The exact implications of this are not entirely clear. Early studies tend to have small samples with various selection biases. Nonetheless it is clear that I have a markedly higher chance of developing Parkinson’s in my lifetime than the average person. In fact, it is somewhere between 20% to 80% depending on the study and how you measure.

Since anyone could create a free blogspot blog and start posting as Sergey Brin, Matt Cutts has checked with Google staff and and they confirmed that it was indeed Sergey Brins blog. Will you be following his new posts?


  1. Lil Dee says:

    Hope he gets a foothold on that parkisons diease and yes ill be following him… he’s bound to share a few tips.

  2. Anonymous Coward says:

    Hmm… I wonder what would happen if a bunch of people started flagging the blog as spam…

  3. Syahid A. says:

    He should get a domain name. I wonder if he need an Adsense account. Lol!

  4. Sergio123Cabral says:

    Sorry by him is his mother.
    I sugest hi invest part of his fortune helping people with deseases and issue good luck. Also , googgle should play a important hole in medical research… He can help a lot …

  5. pearl says:

    poor english huh…….

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