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.
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 [...]
Google celebrated its 13th birthday with a doodle on the Google homepage.
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.
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.
The Google Homepage features a guy in number of different flamboyant costumes. If you’re wondering who Google’s honoring today, it’s a not a scientist or mathematician, as usual, but a musician: Freddie Mercury.
If you went directly to google.com today, you see a doodle on the Google homepage honoring Jorge Luis Borges, an Argentinian author who was a hypertext visionary. What do you think?
If you’ve been to google.com today, you might have noticed the Google logo looks like a chalkboard. It’s Google’s way of honouring Pierre de Fermat, a French mathematician famous for his Last Theorem, of which the proof was supposedly to long to be able to be written in a book of his. What’s your verdict: [...]
You’ve probably seen Google’s homepage today (July 20) with the logo spelt with pea pods. That’s a reference to the birthday of Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics, who experimented with plant hybridization.