Google Doodles are the google logo made into fun images to celebrate anniversaries, lives of famous people like pioneers, scientists or artists, and special events taking place around the world.
The google doodle began in 1998 when the co-founders of google placed a stick-man on their logo to indicate they were attending a festival in Nevada USA. The first doodle was very simple and the idea of placing a doodle on the google logo to celebrate notable events was born.
In the year 2000 the owners asked their chief webmaster to place a doodle on the log to celebrate Bastille Day in France – this logo was much appreciated by users that they decided to make this a permanent feature on their homepage. Nowadays events vary from Charles Adams 100th
birthday to Grandparents day. Lee Paul the American Jazz and Country guitarist had a google doodle of a guitar and if you place the cursor over the strings you can even play the doodle guitar.
The doodle team has created over 300 doodles for Google.com in the United States and over 700 have been designed internationally.
- Do you like to 'doodle'?
- Are you an artist?
- Is Google bigger than Apple?
|A design, figure, or the like, made by idle scribbling|
|He doodled during the whole lecture.|
|A person who founds or establishes something with another.|
|He was the co-founder of this business|
|A sketch, plan, or design, especially one made with pen, pencil, or crayon|
|He was drawing he face for two hours|
|A particular, distinctive, or characteristic mode of action or manner of acting|
|They do these things in a grand style.|
|The art, process, or business of producing books, newspapers, etc., by impression from movable types, plates|
|The book had a first printing of 10,000.|
|A 3-dimensional art work, traditionally mainly made of stone or wood|
|An expert in science, esp. one of the physical or natural sciences|
|My dad is a scientist.|
|A person who designs or maintains a Web site.|
|He was the webmaster for google|
|A narrow strip of flexible material, as cloth or leather, for tying parts together|
|The strings of a guitar|
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