Nobody would argue that Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the co-founders of Google, were not incredibly smart - not even the people who read here and hate Google. They are widely smart people, the co-founders. So when you get them together, doing a 45 minute interview, with Vinod Khosla a venture capitalist who is worth $1.5 billion but was unable to convince his management team back in the early days to acquire Google for $1.5 million or so, you want to listen to the conversation. Watch the video at Search Engine Roundtable