Googleisturning 19 and we needed to praise the world’s most prevalent internet searcher by flaunting some of engine’s early photographs. We googled Google and investigated Google.com from its introduction to the world till today.
The organization was established in 1998, and despite the fact that Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” was on the Billboard outlines, there wasn’t much to see:
We didn’t just whip this up, this is the most recent screen shot of Google.com on web.archive.org that we could discover.
Things looked pretty much the same for a few years until Google hit its “awkward teen phase.” Check out the ridiculous font and crazy punk-rock resolution in this image from 2003.
The above image has a weird symbol next to the colorful “Google” text and there’s absolutely no possible way to determine what the tiny letters “TM” mean.
Things don’t change a whole lot, Google.com-wise, for the next 7 years. Then out-of-nowhere, in 2010, it drops this bombshell of an update — prepare your eyes for:
If that doesn’t blow your mind out of your skull and into your lap: sit down for this updated Google.com design from a year in which the most Googled question beginning with “what is” was “What is twerking?”
Google doesn’t change often, here we are in 2017 and Google.com looks like this:
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