Google Celebrates Its 21st Anniversary. Twitter Says Happy Birthday Google!

To Google

“Tum Hi Din Chadhe 

 Tum Hi Din Dhale

 Tum Ho Bandhu, Sakha Tumhi Ho”


             -every 90s Kid!

*Okay Sorry* But no, think about it, no amount of assignments, projects, exams, and what not would have been a pain in the you-know-what, if not for Google! Google becomes 21 Years old today and we can’t thank them enough for making it easy for us to make it through.

Google becomes 21 Years old today
Via: ABC News –

Google celebrates its birthday with a retro doodle and we’re wondering if it has a special meaning? Well, it shows how a typical desktop computer looked like 21 years ago.

On the 21st anniversary of Gooogle, let’s take a look at some of the interesting facts which you might otherwise have never known!

— The search engine giant Google was originally called ” Black Rub”.

— Google operates in over 100 languages.

— The term Google is derived from a mathematical term ‘googol’ meaning ’10 raised to the power of 100′.

— Alphabet Inc is the parent company of Google.

— Google has changed its birthday date several times. Previously its birthday was celebrated on September 7 then on September then on September 8, September 26 and more recently its birthday is being celebrated on September 27.

— The first-ever Google Doodle was made in honour of the Burning Man Festival of 1998.

Damn, Google be acting like freaking Millenials changing its birthday every now and then! But wait, Google is indeed a Millenial right?

Anyway, this is how Twitter celebrated Google’s birthday:

We wish you a very Happy Birthday Google! May you keep being the blessing you’re, to us!

Pragati Pal
I am an Engineer by degree and a creative content writer by profession. I am an avid reader and Sarcasm is my forte.

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