September 7, 2010 by staff
Google Dots, Multicolored dots were dispersed by passing the mouse over it, then re-generated when the cursor is kept away. Google still has not told anyone why the logo is different today, giving rise to speculations of the mass media (and tons of PR). From The Christian Science Monitor:
Others say that drawing is to celebrate the 12th birthday Google, which traditionally is not. Google’s birthday or just the 4th of September (the day Google has admitted), seventh (when the company opened its doors in Menlo Park, California), or 27 (the day Google usually celebrates his birthday).
Search Engine Roundtable has a different opinion:
We know that Google is to search a big event tomorrow and we suspect that is why Google is showing Google logo balls today. Google said “Today’s drawing is not related to a birthday, but it’s fast, fun and interactive, just the way we think of search should be.”
Possible changes, according to Search Engine Roundtable, search results include AJAX power, 30 results per page, and streaming the results as you type.
The Washington Post has more theories:
Monday was the birthday of John Dalton and the logo is a nod to his “Atomic Theory.”
The logo marks the 83rd anniversary of the Farnsworth dissector tube camera image and the transmission of its first picture.
This is all code language on display. As The Guardian reads: “The target of the logo seems to be to draw attention to the importance of CSS3, an emerging standard that is being developed as the next version of HTML web, called HTML5 is being ratified by the World Wide Web Web Consortium. ”
Everyone should know during the press event in Google search, which takes place tomorrow. Once again, the company has done an excellent job building hype about their new offerings.
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