William Shakespeare Google Doodle

Today(Apr 22, 2016) the Search Engine Google is showing a Doodle for marking 400th death anniversary of William Shakespeare. Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s national poet. William Shakespeare officially wrote 38 plays … Continue reading “William Shakespeare Google Doodle”

Google Doodle celebrates the First Modern Olympic Games

Today (Apr 5, 2016) is the 120th anniversary of the first modern Olympic games, which started in Athens, Greece in 1896.Officially called the Games of the I Olympiad, the events took place inside the Panathenaic Stadium. Today’s Google Doodle shows 4 different scenes from the games; we have to refresh the Google homepage to see … Continue reading “Google Doodle celebrates the First Modern Olympic Games”

Google shows Doodle for Clara Rockmore’s 105th Birthday

Today( Mar 9, 2016) the Search engine Google is showing an interactive animated Doodle for the 105th Birthday of Clara Rockmore. Clara Rockmore was a Lithuanian expert performer of the theremin, an electronic musical instrument. Rockmore was a child prodigy on the violin and entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory at the age of five. She … Continue reading “Google shows Doodle for Clara Rockmore’s 105th Birthday”

Google Doodle for 90th Anniversary of the first TV Demo

Today (26th January, 2016) the search Engine Google is showing a Doodle for the 90th Anniversary of the first demonstration of Television. On 26 January 1926, the TV inventor John Logie Baird had showed first public demonstration of his mechanical Television for the members of the Royal Institution and a reporter from The Times in … Continue reading “Google Doodle for 90th Anniversary of the first TV Demo”

Google Doodle for Wilbur Scoville’s 151st Birthday

Today(22nd January 2016) Google Doodle pays tribute to Wilbur Scoville, the American pharmacist who developed a scale for measuring the heat of peppers. Born in Bridgeport Connecticut on January 22nd, 1865, Wilbur Lincoln Scoville was a chemist, award-winning researcher, professor of pharmacology and the second vice-chairman of the American Pharmaceutical Association. His textbook “The Art … Continue reading “Google Doodle for Wilbur Scoville’s 151st Birthday”