The Google Doodle folks are coming up with some amazing animated graphics these days and today may be the most spectacular of the Google Doodles, though I found it kind of annoying because you could not immediately go off to see what it was showcasing. Today’s doodle features Winsor McCay’s “Little Nemo” comic strip, today celebrating a 107th birthday. This is certainly the *largest* Google Doodle ever, as the animated sequence takes up several screens as you scroll down to reveal more and more of Little Nemo’s dream. It’s a spectacular animation and another in the amazing series of graphics from Google.
Google Doodle Nemo
Check out the most complicated Google Doodle of all time here, where the Google Doodle of the day celebrates the birthday of computer science pioneer Alan Turing. Turing is reasonably considered a founder of computer science even though he … Continue reading
Google is showcasing the winner of a huge national competition in which kids submitted over 100,000 doodles for review. The winner is a pirate theme that graces Google.com today. The winner is getting a 30,000 scholarship, new computer, and more.. … Continue reading
Don’t miss today’s Google Doodle featuring an awesome animation inspired by the work of Eadweard J. Muybridge, a photographer whose innovative work was some of the earliest in the transition to modern day filmmaking. Muybridge was hired by California industrialist Leland … Continue reading
Juan Gris was an amazing Spanish surrealist painter, Gris is dead now but he’s celebrated via a Google Doodle at Google.com. Now, I can’t really say that I’m a huge Gris fan, or even that I knew who Gris … Continue reading
OK, I think today’s effort is one of the coolest Google logos. Check it out at http://www.Google.com. It’s the birthday of Heinrich Hertz who demonstrated the existence of electromagnetic waves and expanded on the work of Maxwell in wave physics.
I’m working hard on our Retirement website and upcoming retirement blog project called “Retire USA” and wound up having a heck of a time with some data conversions, so I want to outline that process here in case others have the … Continue reading
The World record for the largest observed snowflake … according to the Guinness Book of World Records, was attained this day of January 28th in 1887. The city was Fort Keogh, Montana and the observer was a farmer. Google’s doodle … Continue reading
The Google Custom Search allows a simple addition of code to your site that creates a customized search engine run by Google. This is often added via your adsense account (under ads / search) and it is a brilliant … Continue reading
Retirement | Poudre Property Services | Cadence Bank | UT Medical Group | Eskaton | Palm Springs Family Care Center OK, so this is kind of clever and kind of pathetic all at the same time. Google can take too long to index new content, but Joe Duck … Continue reading