CAIRO – 27 September 2017: Today is the day that we were blessed with the launch of our holy grail of information Google.
Celebrating its 19th anniversary, in true internet fashion, Google gives us 19 different way to waste or spend our day mindlessly on their homepage. The 19 doodle games that are featured on the homage are some of Google greatest hits throughout the years.
"Explore 19 surprises we've launched over the past 19 years" by clicking on the Doodle.
On April 14, 2015 the Pony express game was launched to celebrate the 155th Anniversary of the Pony Express amethod of communication. A concept where horseback riders with letters traveling from California to Missouri and vice versa to deliver mail on time. True to their word, the first mail arrived on April 14.
Grab your wand and help fend off a ghostly catastrophe. Press play to swipe spells, save your friends, and help restore the peace at the Magic Cat Academy. The Halloween Doodle follows freshman feline Momo on her mission to rescue her school of magic.
Valentine's Day 2017 saw us all awing over Pangolins the world’s only scaly mammal. The eight species of pangolin that roam the wilds of Asia and Africa. They are strong swimmers who rely on their long tongues and heightened sense of smell to find nourishment.
“Chrome Music Lab is a collection of experiments that let anyone, at any age, explore how music works. They’re collaborations between musicians and coders, all built with the freely available Web Audio API. These experiments are just a start. Check out each experiment to find open-source code you can use to build your own,” Google says.
Wilbur Lincoln Scoville was a chemist, award-winning researcher, professor of pharmacology and the second vice-chairman of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
“People have known about the tongue-burning, tear-inducing qualities of peppers long before Columbus reached the Americas. Before Wilbur Scoville, however, no one knew how to measure a pepper’s “heat.” The doodle team thought his work in this field—and the development of his eponymous Scoville Scale—deserved some recognition,” Google says.
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