In the summer of 1995, 22-year-old Larry Page visited Stanford as a prospective computer science PhD student. His tour guide was none other than Sergey Brin, a 21-year-old mathematical genius who was already pursuing his PhD. Brin and Page didn’t didn’t exactly hit it off at first, in fact, their first day together was spent arguing. Page told Wired magazine: “I thought [Sergey] was pretty obnoxious. He had really strong opinions about things, and I guess I did, too.” Brin responded with: “[We] both found each other obnoxious. But we say it a little bit jokingly. Obviously we spent a lot of time talking to each other, so there was something there.” Continue reading for more.