Thursday, July 14, 2011

Google Doodle and Google Plus invite

Google Doodle
Web search engine behemoth Google on Tuesday honored Russia’s historic St. Basil’s Cathedral’s 450th birthday showing an image of the church as a doodle on its home page. It was the coolest way the world can remember the great cathedral of the world.

A multi-colored tiny image of the iconic structure was placed in the background of the last two letters of the Google logo on its home page. Google used to remind the world of the most important events, dates, objects, inventions, and personalities through its home page doodles.
Google recently managed to obtain patent for its doodles to cover, “systems and methods for enticing users to access a Web site.” Of course, it is a fantastic way to keep the Internet users across the world aware of some unforgettable things.

Recently Google remembered all of us of the great American guitarist Les Paul through a doodle, which became famous under the name Les Paul Doodle.

It was a JavaScript and HTML5-powered playable guitar, which a user can play using either the keyboard or mouse to generate some stunning music. As well, Google celebrated the recent lunar eclipse with another animated doodle.

Moscow’s St. Basil’s Cathedral was completed in 1561 after ten years work. The ancient church is now used as a museum to let people watch the architectural wonder of the history.

“The cathedral has been rebuilt more than once over the centuries, and its present appearance is quite different from what it was then,” says, Tatyana Saracheva, director of the cathedral-turned museum.

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