Today’s Google Doodle commemorates the 123rd birthday of Yosemite National Park, eastern California’s stunning swath of granite and Sequoias visited by nearly four million annually. Too bad it won’t be open for its own party.
Google has been cooking up clever “doodles” that celebrate people and events for years. Today’s doodle goes for a walk on the wild side by celebrating the 85th birthday of author Maurice Sendak, best known for the 1963 book Where the Wild Things Are.
Google has a rich history of highlighting notable figures of all stripes on its homepage with “Google doodles.” Today’s amazing doodle pays tribute to influential cartoonist Winsor McCay, a pioneer of animation in the early 1900s.
The best post about the Enterprise you’re going to read all day. No Salesforce involved.
Google is celebrating the birthdate of Robert Moog, the inventor of the Moog synthesizer. How? Oh nothing major, they just converted the logo on the most-used search engine in the universe into a working synthesizer.