Google Celebrates 25 Years of Innovation and Accessibility with Nostalgic Doodle
On September 27, Google marked its 25th birthday by taking a trip down memory lane with a special doodle showcasing its logo evolution over the past two decades. The search engine giant’s journey began in 1998 when Stanford University doctoral students Sergey Brin and Larry Page decided to make the World Wide Web more accessible. They started in their dorm rooms and eventually moved to a rented garage, officially founding Google Inc. on September 27, 1998.
While Google’s logo has transformed over the years, its core mission has remained consistent: to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. This milestone not only celebrates Google’s past but also looks forward to a future filled with innovation, exploration, and continued dedication to accessibility and usefulness.
Despite the changes, Google’s mission remains constant: organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible and valuable. The company expressed gratitude to users for their support over the past 25 years and eagerly anticipates the future. Google looks forward to continuing its journey with users and exploring new horizons together.
As we commemorate Google’s remarkable journey, we eagerly anticipate the exciting developments that lie ahead. Happy 25th birthday, Google! Here’s to many more years of making the world a better place for all of us. Thank you for evolving alongside us, and we can’t wait to see where the future leads us, together.