Tonight in Silicon Valley – Google’s “Cool Kids” at the Computer History Museum

Start placing your bets now how long it will take for Google Plus (G+) to come up in the discussion.

Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California

Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CaliforniaSilicon Valley tech, reviews, newsThose “cool kids” from the Google search team will be guests tonight at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View here in Silicon Valley.

The event, hosted by the Churchill Club, will feature a discussion led by search engine guru Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Land with three key Google search team mates that have worked together for over a decade: Matt Cutts, Ben Gomes, and Amit Singhal.

The evening promises to explore their collaboration over the years, how they dealt with challenges, what they learned, how they function as a team, and what they see as the next wave and long-term future of search innovation.

Start placing your bets now how long it will take for Google Plus (G+) to come up in the discussion. The upstart social network has reportedly amassed 25 million users in record time. It will be interesting to hear what role Google’s search plays in that strategic imperative.

Past guests at the Churchill Club have included tech luminaries and industry leaders including Eric Schmidt, Carly Fiorina, Guy “Holy Kaw!” Kawasaki, and James Cameron (highlights from his appearance).

We hear tickets are no longer available for this event, but may be at the door (with priority given to CC members).

Stark Insider will be covering the event, so be sure to follow us on Twitter, and Facebook for the latest updates. Oh, and, yes, you can also follow our man Clinton Stark on G+ (but not SI – no businesses, or web sites allowed… yet).

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