Want a job at Google? Be a camel

Felter, Claire
October 2014
Christian Science Monitor;10/10/2014, pN.PAG
What does the Google Maps team do when its Street View Car can't traverse the humongous sand dunes of the Liwa Desert, UAE? They get a female camel named Raffia to do it instead.


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