Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Google Doodles

Google doodle

Google doodles are a fun way to commemorate special dates such as birthdays of famous artists, anniversaries and holidays. Also, anyone can have a quick history lesson just by opening the Google homepage.

The doodles came to be in 1998 when Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin played around with the Google logo to display on the homepage during the “Burning Man” festival in the Nevada desert. Since then, a team of talented illustrators and engineers has created over 1000 doodles for Google homepages all over the world.

How often do you guess correctly what or who the Google doodle is in honor of? votetrends.com users were asked this very question on a recent poll, and the majority of respondents said they sometimes guessed correctly.

How often do you accurately guess Google doodles?

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