Google Doodle A\Haleem Hafeth غوغل تحتفل بعبدالحليم حافظ

 

Happy Labor Day

It’s the first of May, and it’s officially Labor Day. Celebrate with Google’s doodle of this important workforce day.

Google Doodles 50th Anniversary of Humans in Space

The Russian Yuri Gagarian was the first human to travel to space, and it happened on April 12th 1961.

This is the link to Time magazine cover story on Gagarian, published 9 days after his historic flight. It makes me wish I lived during those historic 60’s.

From Leningrad to Petropavlovsk, the U.S.S.R. came to a halt. Streetcars and buses stopped so that passengers could listen to loudspeakers in public squares. Factory workers shut off their machines; shopgirls quit their counters. Schoolkids turned eagerly from the day’s lessons. Somewhere above them, a Soviet citizen was arcing past the stars, whirling about the earth at 18,000 miles an hour, soaring into history as the first man in space.

Google Doodle Kwaiti

عيدك مبارك يا كويت و كل عام و انتي سالمة

Google Doodle celebrates Gibran Khalil Gibran

Google Doodle celebrates the birth of Gibran Khlail Gibran.

His memorial in Washington DC.

His memorial in Boston.

His museum in Lebanon

Related Posts: Holiday SeasonTreasure Island doodleX-Ray Google doodleAhmad Shauqi doodleThe Flintstones’ doodleGoogle’s birthday doodle, and Agatha Christies’ doodle.

Google Doodle goes interactive for the holidays

From Dec 23-25, Google will present an interactive doodle comprising of several famous peace and joy pictures. Hover above or click on any of the pics to get it activated into a bigger picture, and to get you to the search page of that picture.

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Google Doodle of the day celebrates Treasure Island

Google Doodle for the day celebrates the 160th birthday anniversary of novelist Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of many famous novels such as Treasure Island and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Click the links for older Google Doodles celebrating X-Rays, Ahmad Shaouqi, The Flintstones, Google’s 12th Birthday, and Agatha Christie.

Google Doodle of the Day: Celebrating X-Rays

Google celebrates the discovery and invention of X-Rays.

Check here for other Google Doodles like: Ahmad Shaouqi, The Flintstones, Google’s 12th Birthday, and Agatha Christie.