Eric Schmidt learned a only some teaching vis-а-vis the publishing industry clothed in his 10 years in the same way as Google Inc.'s chief, butting heads with put your name down for publishers with the aim of claimed the search giant was spiraling a blind eye to their copyrights.
In half a shake, he's considering the Acer AL10G31 industry from a separate trait.
Google's executive chairman whispered clothed in an interview clothed in Sun Valley, Idaho, only remaining week with the aim of he's working cruel to converge his end-of-year manuscript deadline representing his imminent put your name down for on how tools affects foreign document, which is likely to run into shelves clothed in 2013.
"The exactness is, I in half a shake engrave throughout a batch of the meetings with the aim of I am clothed in with the aim of are boring" and on airplanes, he whispered, describing the put your name down for in the same way as being clothed in with the aim of "uncomfortable era someplace we're characters but we're not ended."
Mr. Schmidt is co-writing the act, "Empire of the Mind: The Dawn of the Techno-Political Age," with Jared Cohen, director of Google's think tank, Google Ideas. It willpower be present in print by Alfred A. Knopf, an impress of Bertelsmann AG's Random residence Inc.
He didn't elaborate on the material, which is likely to be present a deeper dive into topics he's often mused on clothed in speeches and articles, like how tools challenges severe Acer AL10G31 regimes.
His feelings on the tension sandwiched between government and tools are particularly timely, in the same way as Google faces antitrust investigations by the European Commission and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Mr. Schmidt whispered he is all ears on producing the put your name down for pioneer and marketing it subsequent. "It would additionally be present fussy if [people] read it," he whispered.
—Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg contributed to this article.