Google Is Marking Its 25th Anniversary With a Commemorative Doodle


Today's doodle commemorates the 25th anniversary of the search giant, Google, under the theme of "A Journey Through Time." Within the doodle, the letters 'oo' in 'Google' have been ingeniously replaced with '25.'

Google made its debut on September 27, 1998, courtesy of co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

In celebration of this milestone, Google has consistently showcased various doodles on its birthday throughout the years. The latest iteration includes a GIF that transforms 'Google' into 'G25gle,' symbolizing a quarter-century of existence. Clicking on the logo triggers a confetti display on the page.

Fate or coincidence brought together doctoral students Sergey Brin and Larry Page during their time in Stanford University's computer science program in the late 1990s. They swiftly discovered their shared vision: to enhance the accessibility of the World Wide Web. The duo dedicated themselves to developing a prototype for a superior search engine from their dorm rooms.

As their project made substantial progress, they relocated the operation to Google's inaugural office—a rented garage. On September 27, 1998, Google Inc. was officially established.

Over the course of 25 years, Google has revolutionized the usage of the World Wide Web. In May 2011, Google achieved the milestone of surpassing one billion monthly unique visitors for the first time, marking a pivotal moment in its history. Since then, Google has continued its relentless progress.

Acknowledging the profound transformation it has undergone since 1998, Google reiterates that its core mission has remained unwavering: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and valuable.

With deep gratitude towards its users, Google expresses its thanks for evolving alongside them over the past 25 years and eagerly anticipates the future journey ahead.

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