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Today’s Google logo is loads of fun—you can chase it with your mouse and all the circles go flying around the screen.
It works a lot better in Chrome or Firefox than Internet Explorer.
Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a daily basis. You can follow him on Google+ if you'd like.
I see only the usual logo.
yeah..as usual , normal logo :/
I do not use Google as a search engine. I use Bing.
@JonMCC33, second that
It actually came out last night. I noticed it around 9:15 Pacific time. It is really fun!
is it there still, cuz i can’t see it in here SOmalia!!!
I use Bing as Search Engine.
I am using Google today to play with it :)
You,are the best
To all users who cannot see the Doodle:
It is only avaiable in Europe and not on the Google.com site. Try google.de.
I’m seeing it here in the US.
Yeah, as gilteon said, I’m in the US too and it definitely works here on google.com.
I am a non European or non USA people. can I see that?
Its really cool !
I wonder how they did it without flash? :)
You must view this page: http://www.google.com/webhp?gl=us
It works with http://www.google.co.uk/
I guess it’s true. Little things amuse little minds.
Totally irritating how can I get shut?
Fabulous stuff! I love how the balls explode when you first get on the page.
Is there some way to save this to one’s computer, like you can with an
Doesn’t work for me.
I see a gray version of the Google Logo.
Actually, I must have missed it. By a lot.
What I get now, is a gray Google Logo that fills up as you type. Kinda cool.
That’s cool but it’s annoying when you try and do work. lol
You can see the code for this google page at http://www.acousticjam.co.uk/google.html
I knew I had to get it before they changed it
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