Happy Birthday Google!

September 27, 2009 by USA Post 


Happy Birthday Google! , Congratulations to Google. Today is 11th birthday of big search engine Google. Google workers celebrate 11th years of their success. A special logo prepared for Google’s for its birthday is fitting to Google. The logo looks like same as usual, but there are two Ls, signifying 11th years.

Big search engine company Google has an intriguing history.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin launched “Google” as research project, working on the Stanford Digital Library Project (SDLP). The goal of project was to develop the enabling technologies for a single, integrated and universal digital library. Now, Google is biggest search engine on internet.

If you would like to know Google’s intriguing history, you can Google it.

Google has a special logo up on September 27, 2009, which is above the text. That means Google celebrates their eleventh birthday. We don’t have here candles and presents for you. But I am sure there will be for you at there.

Happy Birthday, Google! :)

Most likely, the site is recognizing its 11th birthday, because clicking on the altered “Googlle” — or is it “Goog11e” — logo links to a search page containing a number of subtle references to the 11-year milestone.

Not only does the search page’s URL contain the element “11th_birthday” within its name, but the first result on that page, headlined “Google,” contains the term “Google’s 11th Birthday.”

Clicking on that first result takes you back to the Google home page.

So is today the actual birthday

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