New Delhi: To honour Winsor McCay on the 107th anniversary of his comic strip series Little Nemo in Slumberland, Google on Monday posted an animated, interesting doodle on its homepage. The doodle was the first of its kind to feature an interactive, motion picture comic strip. But do you know that how much did the Google doodle team struggle to design and finalise that doodle? Jennifer Hom, the visionary behind some of the company's best logo designs, said in a blog post that in the early stages of planning, he had a long debate with over whether to cling to McCay's classic vertical composition, or tailor it to horizontally oriented computer screens.Below is a cannon ball alternative story (...without an ending. Jennifer Hom decided against this format before he could complete this direction).