Google 9/7/10

September 8, 2010 by staff 

Google 9/7/10, Google 09/07/1910: Balls, and Google points Today Google Homepage – Google home page today, 07/09/1910 has a unique logo Google as their Google Doodle. In the past, Google filed two uncommon Google Doodle on your home page, namely the Google Doodle on 30th anniversary of Pacman appeared in May and most recently was Google Doodle Buckyball presented last week.

So, what with Google today, 9/17/10? Why is the Google logo, like today? What is Google to celebrate? Many have been constant speculation among bloggers and users of Google now in its search for answers. Apparently, the Google mobile points also known as the “Google Balls”, found in Google’s home page today, 09/07/2010, in reality not present in all Google sites around the world.

Although most say that the reason for the Google Doodle today belongs to the birthday celebration of Google’s 10 year anniversary this September, Search Engine Land, said it is not related to it after receiving an email from a Google spokesman. In the past, Google’s birthday has been celebrated either on 07 September (in 2003 and 2004) and 27 September (2002, 2005, 2006, 2008)

So if it were not for Google’s birthday celebration, which could be the reason for today’s Google Doodle on the Google homepage? One possible reason is the desire for Google to push HTML5 and CSS3, and your browser Chrome as Google Doodle 09.07.1910 today consists of parts of a web page, each with a modern form of codification for CSS3 site called – “cascading style sheet” items.
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