Google Logo Hidden Message
September 7, 2010 by staff
Google Logo Hidden Message, Google Logo Balls and points Hidden Message – People especially now regular Internet users are increasingly being asked Google home page today. And many Internet users now probably thought they were still hung over from the weekend.
And while tracking and movement with the team, yet he would realize that he could not take the full logo appear as Google points to the composition. Does the Google logo mean a hidden message?
Until now, users of the Internet is full of bouncing balls of Google since Google unveiled its latest craze logo and cyberspace are getting their giggles now plays with colored dots.
A lot of website now is still reporting no idea about the mystery of the Google homepage today. Many people are now saying it has a hidden message or a deeper meaning for the logo that is obsessed tabloid bloggers on the Internet.
As we all know, Google usually develops its official Google Doodle and logos for a world day to celebrate anniversaries and holidays.
With the success of Google’s previous interactive logos as Pac-man games in May, it appears that Google knows how to score a home run at any time to show your home page glossy.
What else reported, saying that Google is launching a new website which sells interactive balls or maybe it’s to celebrate the birthday Kiyoshi Ito, who came to this world in 1915 and was a brilliant mathematician who came up with a model of random motion.
And some people say that Google has been eager to HTML5 and CSS3, and your browser Chrome, as it offers many more possibilities in designing web pages, which could be more interactive with less effort by the designers.
And as I write this, everyone still enjoys the Google homepage today as the mystery continues about Google throwing the ball and points. And no matter what it says, is much more fun to look at the main Google Page fun than usual scribbles Buckyball.
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