Google’s 23rd birthday – a history of the search engine

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Google’s 23rd birthday – a history of the search engine

Google's 23rd birthday – a history of the search engine

Google’s 23rd birthday – a history of the search engine

A few months ago, Google celebrated its 22nd birthday with a special logo on the search page of its popular website. However, this month, June 2018, marks the company’s 23rd birthday! What started as an idea of Larry Page and Sergey Brin has grown into one of the most influential companies in the world. In honor of Google’s birthday, I’ve put together a brief history of Google to show how far it has come over the years.

Google’s 23rd birthday – A history of google

You’ve almost certainly heard of Google, but have you ever wondered where it came from and how it changed over time? You’ve come to right place. To celebrate google’s 23rd birthday, here is a visual (and colorful) look at its history. Where do you think Google will be in another 23 years? Seems like only yesterday that Google celebrated its 22nd birthday with a special Google Doodle on September 27th 2011. Now they’re already celebrating their 23rd! What can we expect next year for their 24th?
It’s worth noting that Google has created an astounding number of different doodles since 2000 when the company was founded. I couldn’t find the total count so far, but there are well over 400 images on their website so far. The first one was on April Fool’s Day in 2000 for 128 bytes which doesn’t seem very funny now, does it?
We can see some other early designs as well: 2003 – google blog! Google Doodle (google doodle), 2004 – google bookmarks!, 2005 – google alerts!, 2006 – google analytics!, 2007 – Google Street View!, 2008- google desktop, 2009- Google Toolbar, 2010- Google Goggles

What we did on google’s first birthday

Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have pretty much taken over Google Doodle today to commemorate 23 years since their search engine was created. In honour of their original idea, here are some other notable dates that will help you reminisce: 1997, Year 1. Two Stanford University graduate students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, along with former Stanford research student Terry Semel founded Google in a rented garage on California Avenue in Menlo Park. They self-funded development and initially started off serving just Stanford users from behind Sergy’s NeXT computer. The first google doodle featured an animated figure to celebrate its initial birthday on September 27th 1997.
The boys went public two months later in October and the company grew quickly – with major investment from Sun Microsystems, Andy Bechtolsheim and others – while they focused mainly on refining web search through ongoing improvements to their indexing technology. The now-famous Google Doodle feature was introduced by programmer Dennis Hwang, who wanted something relatively easy for him to code which would show up on each google homepage he visited for both himself and his friends.

Google has changed our lives in so many ways

its name is even used as a verb for to search for information on the Internet. In honor of Google’s 23rd birthday, let’s take a look at how it has evolved over time. We’re not going to look at what an actual GOOGLE does (as you can easily find that out yourself); instead, we’re going to explore all things GOOGLE: its origin story, number one ranking mistakes and funny user facts.

Celebrating with a digital game

For Google’s 23rd birthday, we’re throwing it back to our company picnic in 2000, when Google CEO Larry Page and newbie employee Marissa Mayer played a game that was all about indexing information. Take on Mayer for yourself with an updated version of intergalactic arcade hit Breakout, embedded here. Find out if you can topple all six levels before Page and Mayer did when they went head-to-head after lunch on August 7, 2000. Bonus points if you notice some Google Easter eggs along the way! [Google Official]

Where do you use google?

Google has been around for quite some time, and our lives today would be significantly different without it. The Mountain View-based company was founded back in 1998 by Sergey Brin and Larry Page. And just like that, it’s Google’s 23rd birthday. To celebrate, here’s a little history lesson on how exactly Google became who they are today. Happy birthday to you, dear Google! Here’s wishing Google a very happy birthday with doodles all over their homepage as well as YouTube videos highlighting various moments throughout their journey so far. You can even send them a birthday card through Gmail (it doesn’t get any easier than that)!

What are your favorite things about google?

To celebrate google’s 23rd birthday, let’s take a look at some of Google’s coolest features. A personal favorite of mine is Google Doodle; with september 27 being Google doodle day, it makes sense to acknowledge that one-of-kind Google feature. And on top of great design and creativity, those doodles are often filled with unique information about any given day in history.

How do you want to see the world change in the next 10 years?

Google’s objective, it says, is to organize all of the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Now that Google is more than 20 years old, we can look back on its progress.