|Born||21 January 1981|
|Alma mater||École normale supérieure|
|Years active||Late 2000s–present|
Emmanuel "Manu" Cornet (born 21 January 1981) is a French programmer, cartoonist, writer and musician. Born in Paris, he studied at the École alsacienne and at the École normale supérieure. He is known for his book The Crab and the Lamb, edited by Geneviève Jurgensen and translated into English by Adriana Hunter, and for his cartoons, some of which were published in The New York Times, Der Spiegel, Mashable, Daring Fireball or Business Insider. His "Organizational Charts" cartoon was quoted by Satya Nadella on the first page of his book "Hit Refresh" as one of the reasons that made him want to renew Microsoft's culture. He has been working at Google since 2007.
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