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“Doodles” (the changing Google logo graphics) on Google’s homepage are famous for indicating an event of anniversary. It is loved and appreciated by millions from around the world. But did you know that the first Google Doodle wasn’t originally to mark a special occasion? It was actually used as an “out of the office” sign.

In 1998 workers took the day off and went to Nevada to see the burning man festival and so, the Google guys decided to design a burning man to add to their Google logo. The burning man was to notify the users that they were out of office and weren’t available to fix any technical issues. The changing graphics were a hit and turned out to be a sort of trademark for Google.


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