2012 Google Doodle

2012 Google Doodle Roundup

2012 Google Doodle

Can you believe it is the last day of 2012? It’s amazing the difference 365 days makes isn’t. If you’re like me, you’re probably wondering how it went by so quickly. For many, New Year’s Eve is a day of reflection and a time to reminisce. Google has created a way to help you reminisce with its 2012 doodle. The doodle looks like a party. The cool thing about this doodle is that each element of the doodle represents a previous Google doodle from 2012.

Star Trek Doodle

In the first picture above, you will notice what looks like a painting of the Star Ship Enterprise hanging on the wall. If you click that picture, you will be taken to the page pictured directly above. This shows the 46th anniversary of Star Trek doodle that was done back in September. If you missed this doodle, you have to go to Google today and try it out. It is an absolutely hilarious doodle. Probably one of the most memorable of the year for me. Take some time to click through the individual elements on the Google doodle to see other interesting doodles.

The best part of today’s doodle is that you actually get the doodle artist’s take on what they were thinking when they created the various doodles throughout the year. It is really interesting and sometimes comical to hear what they have to say. There is also an interesting link at the bottom of the doodle that will take you to Google Zeitgeist. This page will show you the top trends people were searching for world wide. Take a moment to watch the video below.

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2012 had its share of ups and downs. I especially hope that 2013 will be a year of peace for our world and that humanity learns to value the short time we have here on this earth. As you reflect on the year ahead, I hope you find peace and prosperity in all that you do. Happy New Year! Thanks for reading Techie Buzz.

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Darrin Jenkins

Darrin is an IT manager for a large electrical contractor in Louisville KY. He is married and has 3 kids. He loves helping people with their technology needs. He runs a blog called Say Geek!