Google Celebrates Floating Birthdays

Sep 27, 2005 - 8:12 am 0 by
Filed Under Misc Google

On September 7th, we thought Google would celebrate its 7th Birthday, but we noticed Google hasn't posted any logo to celebrate - like they normally do. Today, up goes a special logo to celebrate Google's 7th birthday and it looks pretty tasty;


Google's blog entry reads; "Google opened its doors in September 1998, and we’ve been pursuing one mission ever since: to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. For our seventh birthday, we are giving you..." More on what they are giving us later.

In the forums, there is some confusion about the birthday, like I mentioned above. Search Engine Watch Forums asks "I thought this a week or two ago?" The date of 9/7 happened to be pulled just a few days ago, from the Google site. Danny explains;

It was. But then Google decided today was the day it would be celebrated. Apparently the date floats around a lot within Google and they've now decided to go with this one. Or maybe they want two slices of cake. Or prefer to be a Libra over a Virgo

Other forum discussion at WebmasterWorld, DigitalPoint Forums & SEO Chat Forums.


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