Frank Zamboni Doodle

Frank Zamboni Doodle

Frank Zamboni Doodle

Google honors Frank Zamboni with a cool interactive doodle on the homepage (only an Jan. 16, 2013). Frank Zamboni was born 111 years ago (Jan 16th, 1901). He was an inventor. He becomes most famous for his invention of an ice resurfacer, with his surname being registered as a trademark for these resurfacers. In the 1970s, he invented machines to remove water from outdoor artificial turf surfaces, remove paint stripes from the same surfaces, and roll up and lay down artificial turf in domed stadiums. His final invention, in 1983, was an automatic edger to remove ice buildup from the edges of rinks. Read on »

Google Doodle Comments off 15. Januar 2013

Happy Holidays from Google (and me)

Happy Holidays from Google

Happy Holidays from Google

Happy Holidays – from Google with a nice doodle (logo) – and from me. I wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year. Google shows on the homepage a nice doodle. It shows a lot of toys – seems to be all toys of the world that are on their way to Google-land. Looks a little bit like the Little Nemo Doodle. Of course I will show you in the article the last year’s Christmas-doodle. And – because many people like it – I present some german stamps – the „Christmas-stamps“. Enjoy :-) Read on »

Google Doodle Comments off 23. Dezember 2012

Google celebrates Grimm’s Fairy Tales (incl. many german stamps)

Grimm's Fairy Tales (Doodle)

Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Doodle)

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm (Brothers Grimm) were German academics, linguists, cultural researchers, and authors. But they became worldfamous because they collected folklore. They are among the most well-known storytellers of European folk tales, and their work popularized such stories as „Cinderella„, „The Frog Prince„, „Hansel and Gretel„, „Rapunzel„, „Rumpelstiltskin„, and „Snow White„. Their first collection of folk tales, Children’s and Household Tales, was published in 1812. Google celebrates the 200th birthday of  Grimm’s Fairy Tales with a really nice doodle on the homepage. It shows the story of „Little red riding hood“ (also known under „Little red cap„) as an interactive comic-style doodle. Read on »

Google Doodle 2 Comments 19. Dezember 2012

Google honors Bram Stoker Books with Dracula Doodle

Bram Stoker - Dracula-Doodle

Bram Stoker – Dracula-Doodle

Today the Google logo is written with blood. It honors the irish writer Bram (Abraham) Stoker and his Books. His masterpiece is „Dracula“ – also known as „Bram Stoker’s Dracula„. Until he was seven years ol, little Abraham couldn’t run ans play like other children. Noone knows why. But like a miracle thet everything was fine. Bram Stoker starts his life – and he did a lot of things. But because of his hard childhood he later writes dark horro stories full of death and undead… Read on »

Google Doodle 4 Comments 8. November 2012

Google honors „Herman Melville Books“ with Moby Dick Doodle

Herman Melville Doodle

Herman Melville Doodle

Google honors Herman Melville with a nice Moby Dick Doodle. Captain Ahab stands on a boat – and the sperm whale Moby Dick can be seen in the background. Herman Melville was born on Aug 1st, 1819. He was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet. He is best known for his novel Moby-Dick. When he died in 1891, he was almost completely forgotten. It was not until the „Melville Revival“ in the early 20th century that his work won recognition, especially Moby-Dick, which was hailed as one of the literary masterpieces of both American and world literature. Read on »

Google Doodle Ein Kommentar 17. Oktober 2012

Amazing Doodle for Winsor McCay: Little Nemo in Googleland

Winsor McCay Doodle

Winsor McCay Doodle

Google honors Winsor McCay. he was an american cartoonist and animator. McCay was best known for the comic strip Little Nemo. It was a series of weekly comic strips (1905 – 1914). The Doodle shows „Little Nemo in Google-Land“ – not „in Slumberland“ as in the original series. It is an interactive Doodle. After each strip the user has to click to fall into the next scenery. Read on »

Google Doodle 3 Comments 14. Oktober 2012

Google celebrates Niels Bohr with atom doodle

Niels Bohr Doodle

Niels Bohr Doodle

Niels Bohr was a danish physician. Google celebrates his 127th birthday with a nice Doodle. Bohr made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum mechanics, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. The doodle shows a model of a hydrogen atom. Around the Nucleus you can see three orbits. If an electron „jumps“ in another orbit it emitted a photon of energy with a specific frequency. The background looks like a radioactive trace. Read on »

Google Doodle 2 Comments 6. Oktober 2012

Google honors Clara Schumann’s 193rd birthday

Clara Schumann Doodle

Clara Schumann Doodle

Google celebrates Clara Schumann’s 193rd birthday with a lovely Doodle. It shows her with 8 children sitting at a piano. Clara Schuman was a German musician and composer and one of the most distinguished pianists of her time. She was married with Robert Schumann, a very famous romantic composer. Google honors Robert Schumann with a Doodle on June 9th, 2010. Clara and Robert had 8 children. Read on »

Google Doodle Ein Kommentar 12. September 2012

Amazing Google Doodle! Star Trek: The Original Series

Star Trek (TOS) Doodle

Star Trek (TOS) Doodle

Today’s Doodle on the Google homepage celebrates „Star Trek: The Original Series“. On September 8th, 1966 the first episode of Star Trek was shown on NBC. It is an interective Doodle with four animated episodes. In the first scene we see Mr. Spock, Lt. Uhura, Captain Kirk, MacCoy, Lt. Zulu and … perhaps Scotty (this would make sense) or a redshirt (who is typically the badass in the stories). In the next scene some Tribbles enter the room before Capt. Kirk and Scotty or redshirt are beamed onto an typically Star Trek planet. Read on »

Google Doodle 2 Comments 7. September 2012

Google honors Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori Google Doodle

Maria Montessori Google Doodle

Google celebrates Maria Montessori’s 142nd birthday. If you have children you hopefully know her. Maria Montessori is best known for her philosophy of education. She was also was a physician and educator, a noted humanitarian and devout Catholic. Her educational method is in use today in public and private schools throughout the world. In very short she said: A teacher is not a master, but an observer and companion. Focus on what children want to learn and they will learn. Read on »

Google Doodle Ein Kommentar 30. August 2012

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