Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the our National Parks. Happy 100th Birthday! Remember this weekend is FEE FREE at ALL national parks. Explore Our Parks with Google Arts and Culture! The post Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates the National Parks #FindYourParks appeared first on Hiking The Trail.
IN 2009, I hosted filmmakers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan at The Washington Post as they came to explain their passion behind their latest project, the documentary “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.” What most stuck with me from that day is their belief that we are not merely customers and consumers of America’s parks; we […]
Animated doodle takes us on a tour of some of the natural beauty that has been set aside for our enjoyment in the past 100 years.
One of the biggest scandals to hit the 2016 Google Doodle Fruit Games was the realization that I can’t ride a tricycle. But it’s far from the only one. My career as a Fruitlympian is over. Read more...
Create lists, transcribe recordings, doodle, collaborate on to-do lists, and so much more with Google Keep. Google Keep isn't your average note-taking client. While the app sports a minimal interface and is very easy to use, it offers a set of powerful tools that make it an effective task management utility. Show More Summary
Google employees Nat and Lo visited the Google Doodle design team to find out how they make the interactive Google logos. In particular, Nat and Lo spoke to the members who came up with the Olympic-themed Doodle, the Fruit Games.
The sweetest tennis match ever has been added to the search giant's mobile app on Saturday.
Google is celebrating the 2016 Olympic Games by offering Doodle Fruit Games in its app for Android and iOS.
The Olympics kick off this week and to celebrate, Google is featuring a new interactive doodle in the Google App for iOS and Android every day for the next seven days (and they will all be available for ten days after that). So if you...Show More Summary
Let the Fruit Games begin. Over the years, Google has done many different style Google Doodles to recognize the Olympic games. In their own stylized way, these daily drawings and animations usually celebrate the specific sports and,Show More Summary
We’re now just hours away from the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games Rio 2016. This time around, Google has outdone itself with its celebratory doodle that sits proudly atop its search bar on your mobile device. Fire up the Google...Show More Summary
Web giant plans series of interactive doodles for its own games to spotlight contests this month in Rio.
The summer just got sweeter. Today marks the season opener of the 2016 Doodle Fruit Games. For the next couple of weeks in the latest Google app for Android and iOS, journey to an otherwise unassuming fruit stand in Rio, where produce from all over the market are ripe to compete for the title of freshest fruit. Show More Summary
Her discovery of the XY chromosome system was a watershed moment in genetics
Doodle highlights contributions of the US geneticist in expanding our understanding of sex determination.
2016: This doodle, on July 5, 2016, celebrates NASA's achievement of having its Juno space probe reach Jupiter It all started with one simple drawing. In 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin were heading to the desert festival Burning Man and decided to put up a cheeky out-of-office drawing of stick figure [...]