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Eight Google Birthday Doodles

27 September 2011 BY

Google celebrates its thirteenth birthday today. And they do that like they have done it in the past 8 years: with a doodle. Google started using the birthday doodles in 2002 and has since every year created a special birthday doodle. To be honest, they are a lot less “breathtaking” than some of the doodles they have made in the recent past. Still it is a nice overview of doodles.

2011: Google turns 13

2010: Google turns 12

2009: Google turns 11

2008: Google turn 10

2007: Google turns 9

2006: Google turns 8

2005: Google turns 7

2004: Google turns 6

2003: Google turns 5

2002: Google turns 4

In the first three years Google didn’t have a doodle to celebrate their birthday.

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.

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