Google Disc Circles? What Are These?

Jun 14, 2012 • 8:00 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

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I am honestly not sure what these are. It looks like a record but with discs on top of them. Maybe it is a sticker set? halo_lin posted this on Flickr. There are Google icons, Google+, YouTube, Chrome, Android, Maps and Ads. Again, anyone know what this is?

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Comments:

Don

06/14/2012 12:15 pm

Looks like pogs, and if I had to guess, the larger disc is the playing board.

RobertNowak

06/14/2012 12:17 pm

It looks like a Google+ Friends Circle :) Maybe it's symbolic, that they treat all of those services as their own friends? Maybe it's a symbol of more connectivity between them or some sort of unification. Beats me :)

Simon Heseltine

06/14/2012 01:18 pm

What Robert said, it's their circle of friends, or in this case 'circle of friendly products'

Takeshi Takahashi

06/14/2012 03:26 pm

Wow... It really does look like pogs. Google rebooting early '90s nostalgia?

Billy Wagner

06/14/2012 09:34 pm

It is from CHINA. This is the Google Launch promo item. See the Chinese Writing in the center google logo.

Frank Wharton

06/14/2012 11:36 pm

The Google Ouija board The movable Google indicator indicates the Matt spirit message by spelling it out on the board during a séance. Webmasters place their mouses on the planchette and it is moved about the board to spell out keywords they might rank on.

Kanika Khanna

06/15/2012 11:24 am

Its like Google's Friend's in its circle, all these services that belong to Google are terrific and hence Google must not mind to have them in its friend circle :P

Neil Hart

06/15/2012 01:31 pm

Whatever it's for, those are clearly magnets. See the dark base, most visible on the YouTube and Google Ads icons.

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