Google Mystery Barge One in Maine Gets Sold as Scrap Metal
In the last decade, the mighty Google has become more than the world’s favorite search giant. The company is also famously innovative and well-known for its original marketing ploys, its flamboyant work-place environments, and its sheer willingness to go the extra mile to give consumers an experience they won’t forget.
Take the two massive barges it purchased, based in Portland, Maine and Stockton, California. That’s right, barges. Four-story floating structures made of more than sixty white and grey shipping containers stacked together in an intricate design with sails made to look like fish fins.
The barges were one of the many mysteries that Google originally denied inv
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