Search giant Google has finally rolled out its full-length online magazine, Think Quarterly.

Does this need a second thought?

Does this need a second thought?

This quarterly-published magazine, according to Google, will act as its ‘unique communication tool’. Designed and edited by The Church of London, a creative agency, the magazine aims to be the breath of fresh air in the busy lives of people these days, explains Google.

The first edition will see the UK CEO of Vodafone, Guy Laurence, Google’s Chief Economist, Hal Varian and psychologist, Peter Kruse. In addition to it, the magazine would cover extensive details on data – titled Think Data, which Google promises would make for an interesting read, especially for those who’re looking to transform their business by sifting through data.

Think Quarterly appears to a neatly laid out spread of information. The content, by far, seems to have been done very tastefully. The very formal, no-frills-attached look might appeal to some, but, for most others, it might just appear a rule-bound information magazine. Why don’t you give us your take on – ?

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