add money and.
things like that.
She actually came onto this campus with a gun and shot three people and shot herself. It was a really.
horrible, traumatic thing for the people here, and so, as a result, they've really stepped up security So I'm not surprised that we're.
getting scoped out by the security guys.
so they lead us inside. So this is the lobby.
and we go down this set of back stairs. I've been here, but not to the basement. But what is just studios down.
And that's where we meet.
Hi, I Teoh before we get into the interview itself. What is Susan like as a person? Like, what was your first impression of her? Grab you a chair. So how are you doing? Okay. How are you? She's doesn't.
really have, like, text CEO vibes.
I did not major in computer science. I have a history and literature undergraduate degree.
She doesn't really get the same kind of attention as Mark Zuckerberg. Jack Dorsey was an early memory for you of the Internet. And what you thought it waas.
Well, I first saw the.
Internet, probably in my late twenties.
but she's actually been around the tech world for longer than either of them.
And, of course, I remember Netscape, like Google.
actually started in her garage. What is Ah, what does that mean? It's serve a wild piece of Silicon Valley trivia.
She was working at Intel and living in Silicon Valley. And these two Stanford grad students named Sergey Brin and Larry Page. They were looking for a place to house their brand new start up this search engine called Google, and eventually they convinced her to come over and help them build it as a business. And she became Google's 16th employees. So, you know, then you became history's most successful landlord. Um, and you.