20. The development teams behind Google Reader and Blogger are unified following a reorg, under a new project called "Google Breeder".
19. The Google New project accidentally gets uploaded to the wrong set of servers and overwrites Google News with internal company project updates.
18. Twitter becomes so successful that long-form writing is considered anything which is between 135 and 140 characters. As a result, Google runs out of interesting things to index.
17. Google's goats get an agent, defect to Zynga to promote Farmville.
16. Google's book indexing project fizzles as its realized nobody actually reads any more.
15. Due to an impasse with broadcast networks and cable's fear of Google's growing impact, Google TV traction stalls as only commercials are available.
14. With the founders of Wave, YouTube, AdMob all leaving or changing roles in the last weeks, leaders of all project teams within Google dust off their resumes and post them as shared Google docs with high-priced executive recruiters.
13. Aggressive legalities determine that Google has to take another photo of your home on StreetView if you don't like the current one.
12. Somebody actually asks a question to Larry Page or Sergey Brin about the future of Google Knol or Google Base in a public forum.
11. The code base between Google's new robot cars is mixed with the Android code base, making our phones autonomous beings that call and leave messages with text to speech to anyone in our address book whenever they want.
10. Google Buzz is discontinued after unfavorable press coverage. The Lively team is persuaded to come back, and is given the keys to "social".
9. Eric Schmidt loses a bet to Carol Bartz, is forced to buy Yahoo!. The new company is called Yahoogle. It passes anti-trust scrutiny somehow.
8. Yahoo! is determined to own the patents to Pay Per Click following their acquisition of Overture, Google forced to remove PPC from their offerings.
7. AJAX is the new Flash.
6. Jimmy Hoffa is found buried in Google's famous ball pit.
5. Microsoft cracks the code behind Google's search algorithm. Using SEO, Bing results flood Google's index for all terms.
4. An overzealous team of programmers looking for career advances takes Eric Schmidt's off the cuff remarks seriously, embarks on setting up programs to help people move and change their names at age 18.
3. Paul Buchheit is determined to own the intellectual property and trademarks to Gmail and its underlying code. Thus, Gmail and its users become property of Facebook.
2. Apple's suit against HTC is successful, freezing the development and deployment of Android for all partners.
1. It is revealed that the same 50 people click on 99% of AdSense ads, and most of them are marketers just demoing the product to potential clients.