We’ve got a lot of things to celebrate -- there’s more Vikings to induct into the NVA, and we plan on celebrating our 25,000th user with a bang. A big, explosive bang.
Calgary, AB (PRWEB) July 28, 2006
Cambrian House Inc., a Calgary-based software company with a unique crowdsourcing business model, released “Feeding Google”, a documentary on how they accomplished the gargantuan feat of feeding 1000 pizzas to Google -- unannounced. The company delivered the meal to the Googleplex on June 26, 2006 as a celebration of Google’s induction into their National Viking Association (NVA).
The video illustrates that it’s easier said than done -- from finding a pizza place that can make 1000 pizzas to sneaking past Google security to get onto the Googleplex, the video makes clear that the achievement was not without its hurdles. Michael Smith (a.k.a Smitty), ringleader of the deed, remarks that, “The reason why we were able to get it done was a fantastic mix of luck, luck and more luck. It’s a wonder I wasn’t riddled with rubber bullets. I never thought that my downfall would be caused by sous-chefs.”
This won’t be the last outrageous video the company will release, Michael Sikorsky, CEO of Cambrian House, promises. “We’ve got a lot of things to celebrate -- there’s more Vikings to induct into the NVA, and we plan on celebrating our 25,000th user with a bang. A big, explosive bang.” Until then, the world will have to wait in anticipation.
Cambrian House’s video “Feeding Google” can be viewed on the company website: http://www.cambrianhouse.com/google/
About Cambrian House
Headquartered in Calgary, Canada -- Cambrian House opened its doors on February 1, 2006. Using the internet to harness the wisdom and participation of crowds, Cambrian House seizes creative software ideas from the ether and builds them into real software. With the use of online market testing, Cambrian House then objectively determines if an idea should be built or be terminated at conception.
Visit http://www.cambrianhouse.com for more information.
If you require additional information or have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Michael J. Sikorsky, CEO
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