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Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Google Dance Photos and Google Food

So last night was the Google Dance at GOOGplex in Mountain View with lots of Google-riffic stuff going on such as Robot Wars, a live soulful & funky band, and some nice conversation. Lee Odden has an excellent photo summary of the event and a simple search on Flickr will help visualize the goings on in the Plex.

The beer was flowing (Sierra Nevada was quite popular) and the Google Cafeteria instantly became the hangout as the night wore on and the band slowed down.

Upon stuffing my face with some awesome Google Corndogs and Gyoza I then remembered that there was a camera in my pocket, which gave me the opportunity to niche target my newly found venture into photojournalism – in the direction of Google Food.

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Google Corndogs & Gyoza (Potstickers) : The corn dogs were actually a well seasoned & minced meat treat.

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Google Salsa on Ice with Red Tortillas

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Some strange assortment of cheeses, pineapple and trash – which was not the most popular destination in the cafeteria.

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Munchies!

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

GOOGfountain Drinks (Diet Pepsi AND Diet Coke)

 Google Dance Photos and Google Food

Google employee working on her 20% time project of optimizing the distribution of Google Corn Dogs – saving the company millions! What I did not get was the ‘Noogler’ hat.

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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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  1. Given the steady flow of Sierra Nevada and other fine brew, perhaps Google Dance planners were more focused on keeping the crowd buzzed than keeping us hungry.

    I also believe that the plan was also to keep people moving around the Plex, given the maps on the shirts and the spread out Carnival feel to the event.

    Most of the food was beer food, it was spread out, and yes, the plates were small.

    Hopefully Google takes these complaints into consideration next time. Personally, I’d like to see Flip Cup tables set up at GOOGdance or SEARCHbash, there was a lack of Flip Cup going on at SES this year.