The great search engine Google celebrated its 23rd birthday on Monday, September 27, and celebrated it the only way it knows how to do it: with a beautiful doodle.
Today, with a cake and a candle, the search engine celebrates the coincidental meeting of two computer scientists who changed the course of the Internet and the lives of millions. In 1997, Stanford graduate student Sergey Brin was tasked with showing Larry Page, who at Stanford was considering graduate school, around the campus. The following year, the two The Google founders were together building a search engine in their bedrooms and developing their prototype.. Then a year later, Google was officially born.
Every day, there are billions of searches on Google in more than 150 languages around the world, and while a lot has changed since Google’s early days, its mission to make the world’s information accessible to all remains the same.
When it comes to a date like this, it is hard not to mention one of the most surprising and attractive features that this search engine has to offer.
These are Doodles, which are the custom designs Google gives on special occasions such as anniversaries of famous events, birthdays, deaths, and more.
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