Thursday, 20 March 2008

GOOGLE'S LITTLE CELEBRATIONS

When I went to Google today to do the usual search (research?)– I saw Google decked out like this:


- and learnt it was to mark the first day of spring, or the spring equinox.

Google does this often – present its logo in fun forms to mark different occasions. Earlier ones this year included:
Alexander Graham Bell's Birthday - March 3, 2008


and Leap Year - February 29, 2008



Older ones can be found here

4 comments:

Gardenia said...

I loved the equinoctal picture, too. I must share this with you- yesterday evening, the nearly full moon rose in a nearly clear sky. the direction of the wind had changed with the evening - as if to mark a date - and it was so uplifitng! Every change of season is a minor miracle.
In a short while after the moonrise, though, there was a whopper of an electrical storm, full of special efects including a smattering of hail.Cant take anything for granted!

RAJI MUTHUKRISHNAN said...

Oh Gardenia, so well expressed.
Well, Chennai is experiencing unseasonal rains, and the city is cooler for that - but I fear the mango blossoms will fall off, and there will be no mangoes on our trees.

Sarumann said...

You may be interested in what the google doodler, Dennis Hwang says..
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2004/06/oodles-of-doodles.html

Karthik Narayan said...

thanks... good source for new questions :)

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