By Arun Natarajan Fairy tales of the Silicon Valley kind continue to come true. Good guys (especially, if they are smart as well) do seem to finish ahead. Are these guys for real? These are some of the thoughts that ran through my mind when I was reading through the letter that Google's founders - Larry Page and Sergey Brin - reportedly included along with the company's filing for a $2.7 billion IPO. Also, it made me draw parallels to the founders of India's Infosys Technologies--who have managed to defy convention (at least, in the Indian context) and pull it off magnificently. The main focus of the letter--never mind the amusing promises of not "being evil" and "making the world a better place"--was to communicate that Google, even after it becomes public, would retain its focus on the long term. And the best way to ensure that, the founders believe, is to leave them in control. The public Google would continue support "