Look at the Google Doodle, then get to work

The Google Doodle is the first thing many of us see before starting to work. It’s also how we realize, while we’re still sleepy:

  • what day it is
  • if it’s already Christmas and we didn’t notice
  • if it’s the birthday of some Great Nobel Prize winner Physicist we previously knew nothing about, who – as we discover – contributed to the fabrication of the coffee machine
That being said, we definitely love Google Doodles, as they grant us a moment of our own to deepen our knowledge of some event or character we will certainly remember about.
And yet, soon enough, time begins to run fast, so we close the Wikipedia tab about the moon landing and we finally begin to work. That’s usually how it happens.
Careful though! There’s something that always makes us late, and I’m not just talking about a few second or a minute at most: interactive Doodles, of course!

Here’s a selection that will keep you glued to the screen for quite some time.


Robert Moog’s 78th Birthday

Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary

John Venn’s 180th Birthday

Slalom Canoe 2012

Roswell’s 66th Anniversary

PAC-MAN’s 30th Anniversary

Basketball 2012

Douglas Adams’61st Birthday

Saul Bass’ 93rd Birthday

Art Clokey’s 90th Birthday

Maurice Sendak’s 85th Birthday

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