New Delhi: If you have not unzipped the today's google doodle yet, then it is suggested that you spare a minute and play with it before Google takes it off. This is because the today's zipper doodle is not only highly interactive and innovative, but it is also the best doodle (yet) of the year 2012.
To mark the 132nd birth anniversary of Gideon Sundback, the man who invented the zip, Google posted an interactive doodle on the home page that features a giant zipper running down the centre of the global search engine's home page. And if you drag your mouse down to unzip the zipper, it will split the screen, including the search textbox and reveal the relevant results for the name Gideon Sundback.
The doodle is highly attractive that it cannot be ignored. Grabbing visitors' eyeballs, the zipper doodle has been trending on the micro-blogging site Twitter since morning. In the afternoon, the Gideon Sundback Google doodle, out of the top 10 trends on Twitter, was trending in three different positions (with different names - Google doodle, Gideon Sundback, Zipper) simultaneously.
This particular doodle became the hot topic of discussion among some circles in the early hours of the day. Besides, many stories about this particluar doodle have been coming out since the doodle was posted by Google on the home page. ...more
05:43 PM, Apr 24, 2012
New Delhi: If you are a Firefox user, you might not be allowed to play with the new, interactive zipper Google doodle. This is because the new zipper Google doodle does not seem to be fully compatible with the Firefox browser. To mark the 132nd birth anniversary of Gideon Sundback, Google posted an interactive doodle on the home page that features a giant zipper running down the centre of the...
12:50 PM, Apr 24, 2012
New Delhi: As you click on the doodle on the Google home page, honouring Gideon Sundback, the page unzips to reveal a search engine results page on the Swedish-born engineer. Sundback's invention, the zipper, has been holding together much of the parts of our lives for about a century now. Sundback (born April 24, 1880) had emigrated to the United States a job switch later, he started working for a...
08:31 AM, Apr 24, 2012