Items tagged with Doodle

Today being Valentine's Day, Google wants to help you believe in the concept of "love" again by getting all mushy-gushy with its interactive Doodle. When you visit Google's homepage, you'll see half a dozen candy hearts inscribed with "Crush," "Mr. Right," "First Kiss," "4ever Yours," "Puppy Luv," and "Blind Date." Each one is ready to tell a story. Just click on your candy heart of choice and it will start playing a clip from public radio's podcast "This American Life." The heart flips over and plays an animation that correlates with the short story being told. Click on Mr. Right, for example,... Read more...
Oh, Google. You and your doodles. This holiday season, Google is giving us a noisy, festive, colorful doodle in the form of “Jingle Bells”. If you click each colored square, they make a musical note in turn. Once you’ve clicked them all, the page breaks into song...and dance. When the song is finished, Google automatically searches for “Happy Holidays”. It’s a charming doodle to say the least, and it’s one your kids will get a kick out of when they wake up this Christmas--er, Christmas Eve morn.... Read more...
Google's latest Doodle is one for Halloween, and it celebrates All Hallows' Eve with the canine king of spooks: Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo, of course, is the talking Great Dane which began as a CBS cartoon in 1969. Since then it's been spun-off into numerous sequels, revivals, and even live-action (except for Scooby Doo) movies and TV movies. Google's Doodle on All Hallows' Eve (better known as Halloween) is actually a set of five Doodles you can scroll through. Scooby Doo and the Gang are obviously, as usual, hot on the trail of some mystery. "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" made its CBS network debut... Read more...
Look carefully at today's Google doodle on their homepage, or you might miss it. Yep, Google is spelled Googlle today, so the question is, why does Google have two l's today? First off, it's not because Google's gotten sloppy. And fortunately for us who can't wait for the answer, they're not going to draw out the mystery as they did earlier with their H.G. Wells series of tweets and doodles. Instead, the answer to the question "why does Google have two l's today?" is: it's birthday time (more or less). Mouse over the doodle and you'll see the message "Google's 11th birthday" pop-up. Those who were... Read more...