(From Guardian Unlimited)
Newspaper clippings of local success stories line the entrance to Silicon Valley 's luckiest building. 165 University Avenue: the unremarkable Palo Alto office where Larry Page and Sergey Brin built Google -- now the world's most important internet firm -- in 1999.
It took only six months for Page and Brin to move on to bigger and better things; their team of 50 people quickly outgrew the corporate-looking office. But a litany of technology firms followed in their footsteps, including Paypal and Milo.com.
Today, it is UK music-recognition firm Shazam that occupies the hallowed ground. About a dozen people sit at computers in the …