Google has been known to pay tribute to people who have contributed something in the technology, holiday and etc by changing their logo into something creative but will still read as “Google.” I have loved Google for being creative like that, changing logo’s yet will still be read as Google. Google call these logos as Google doodles. I have been passionate about most of Google’s services. You can see that I have lot of posts about Google, and even my site’s traffic are mostly from Google.
As a way of Google’s paying tribute to Robert Moog’s 78 birthday, their logo was a emblazoned with an interactive synthesizer, an homage to music pioneer Bob Moog, who would have turned 78 today. (CSMonitor) This interactive Google doodle can play and record music. Very similar to the previous Google doodle that was a tribute for Les Paul’s 96th birthday. It’s a interactive guitar which you can play and record music as well. You can try it here http://www.google.com/logos/2011/lespaul.html.
Robert Arthur Moog, commonly called Bob Moog was an American pioneer of electronic music, best known as the inventor of the Moog synthesizer. (Wikipedia) Bob Moog is known as the the creator of a famous line of synthesizers, and the grandfather of electronic music. (CSMonitor)
Google has again got people entertained with their Google doodles, and you can see that in the social media, people has been talking about the current Google Doodle as well. Google is indeed a genius in the world of internet. Kudos Google!