So what those people are probably saying amounts to: they are comfortable with what they have and don't want to learn something new...
...except that when Microsoft occasionally *forces* people to learn something new (e.g. when they released the ribbon UI for Office, or the crazy Metro UI for Windows), people swallow that pill anyway because they have to. What it really comes down to is that most people prefer living their lives in a catatonic/comatose state.
22 seconds? So the shooter was already outside in his own backyard with an appropriately loaded shotgun* just waiting for any old drone he had never seen to come by at random??
Entirely plausible in Kentucky.
First, the new parent company is just called "Alphabet" - not "Google Alphabet", as the summary claims.
Technically, "Alphabet, Inc."
Second, on the face of it this seems more like a rebranding than anything else. Nothing seems to be changing; they're just renaming "Google" to "Alphabet", and then repurposing the Google name to be used for one already-existing division within the renamed company.
You have that inverted: Google will remain named Google, but it will become just one of several companies under the Alphabet umbrella. It's a refactoring and a modularization.
Work expands to fill the time available. -- Cyril Northcote Parkinson, "The Economist", 1955