The Google Doodle ( Logo ) Archive



Last week, Google was doing a different Doodle each day in honor of Sesame Street’s 40th anniversary. A couple days I missed their logo since I usually just search directly from my browser. Since I don’t always get to see the google logo I kind of wanted to see what they had done and while I was searching for what they had used for their various logo doodles through the week I came across an interesting link. I thought this would be a fun break from the recent diet of rogue antivirus removal…..


I found the google doodle archive. This is the archive of all of their logos and what’s really neat is that you get to see where they had the logo displaying. So, that means you can see the customized logos they used to celebrate the fall of the Berlin wall for instance, or Korean Thanksgiving, etc.

I never realized before how many doodles had been used and that they targeted them for specific countries and regions.

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