December 24, 2011 | News

Images

Google Homepage Christmas Doodle Sings Jingle Bells

Google wishes you Merry Christmas Happy Holidays with an interactive Christmas Eve homepage doodle. You click on the lights, and notes play. Once you complete the “puzzle”, the Google letters animate, and you get to listen to the tunes of Jingle Bells.

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , ,


November 2, 2011 | Digital Privacy

Articles

The Telegraph reports that Google is going to start indexing JavaScript-based comments like Facebook comments, Disqus, and IntenseDebate. Traditionally, comments have been managed by websites themselves. They were saved on the website to which they pertain itself, and they showed up even if you had JavaScript turned off. In the past two years, Javascript-based comments [...]

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , , ,


October 30, 2011 | Digital Life

Articles

So Google Street View is moving indoors, allowing business to have pictures taken of their shops. But that’s not all. A little birdie told me Google Street View is also coming to your house. Want to know what’s in the fridge? Don’t get up off the sofa, go to maps.google.com. Can’t find the kids? Google [...]

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , ,


October 21, 2011 | News

Images

Google Homepage Doodle Honors Mary Blair

Ever heard of Mary Blair? Neither had I until today’s Google home page doodle honoring her on her 100th birthday. Mary Blair was a pioneering artist in the early days of Disney. She did work on Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and Cinderella. She explored the use of new techniques like putting multiple shades of [...]

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , , ,


October 18, 2011 | Interesting Web Sites

Links

Free fonts from Google to download or to allow your website’s visitors to download.

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , ,


September 30, 2011 | Interesting Web Sites

Images

Google Celebrates 13th Birthday with Homepage Doodle

Google celebrated its 13th birthday with a doodle on the Google homepage.

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , ,


September 27, 2011 | Digital Life

Articles Google

It used to be whenever you searched for something on Google, there’d be a link “Cache” right next to it. It would go to the Google Cache for the URL result. But I just noticed that they’re not there anymore. I don’t know how many days (weeks?) it’s been, but it’s not there now, as [...]

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , ,


September 24, 2011 | News

Images

Google Homepage Doodle Honors Jim Hensen, Muppets Creator

The Google homepage had an interactive doodle today honoring Jim Henson‘s 75th birthday. Henson is the creator of The Muppets. You can play with the doodle, and the “E” muppet on the end even gobbles up the “L”, but there’s no sound.

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , ,


September 16, 2011 | News

Images

Google Homepage Honors Albert Szent-Györgyi, the Discoverer of Vitamin C

Today’s Google homepage doodle features a pair of oranges, representing the man who discovered Vitamin C aka ascorbic acid. Albert Szent-Györgyi was a Hungarian physiologist who won the Nobel prize in 1937.

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , , , ,


September 11, 2011 | News

Articles

Yahoo fired its CEO, Carol Bartz, and also put itself up for sale. Sort of ironic given that it expended so much energy in fighting off a bid by Microsoft to buy the company for $44 billion. Also don’t forget the chance Yahoo had to buy Google. Yahoo was the first big place to search [...]

Continue ...

Explore related content: , , , , , , ,


Next Page »