When a Google product strategist pitched a hissy fit over the small audience turnout at an industry event, it spawned a new hashtag "#iamgoogle" and plenty of mocking on Twitter.

After Scott Jenson proclaimed “I am Google!” before storming out of the Internet of Things Expo in 2014, where he was scheduled to give the 50-minute keynote, the phrase went viral, for example, “Not enough peanuts on my flight, I’m outa here #iamgoogle,” a Microsoft techie posted. “Only 5 people on this conference call? I’m outta here — I do not speak to small groups! #iamgoogle,” a designer at a London mobile company tweeted.

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