Alike a tradition was the Earth Day been really a holiday or special day yesterday? Yes, of course, twas a day of celebration for Google and this is giant company unveiled a new version of its logo in order to honor and pay a tribute to the special day yesterday. Google is blossoming and flourishing in terms of its website and not only in its revenues. The giant search engine created a special ‘doodle’ on its home page and this special feature makes the alphabets or letters of its name turn into flowers.
As a matter of fact, this doodle is a leafy version of Google and displays the name on an area of dirt that grows with red, blue, and yellow flowers. You can click on it in order to find a page of Google search with the results of the “Earth Day.” In this, you can study the details as to how the original Earth Day was started by a Wisconsin senator who witnessed a 1969 oil spill. This oil spill happened off the coast of California and was started as the first Earth Day and was called to be observed on the 22nd of April, 1970. The artistic depiction of Google and its homepage is much extraordinary and due to this it uncompromisingly attracts and tempts its visitors to the other special features of the giant.
Under the doodle sits the linked title “Roses are red, violets are blue, for Earth Day this year, let’s all plant a few”. When you click on the link, Google navigates you to a particular Earth Day page that provides you with links to some videos in the YouTube which are related to gardening. It also provides a Google Map that displays the conditions of weather in different locations. Moreover, you will find links to an image search page for tomato plants, a search page to find recipe for “chicken pasta,” a Google+ photos page so that you can share photos of your garden along with another Google+ page about gardens.
In fact, the Earth Day page of the Google makes it easier for you in order to take green-thumbed action Sunday. It offers a discounted flower seeds and also provides with Maps page that display community gardens, CSAs (community supported agriculture), farmers markets, and community farms too. According to Google, this year the giant is partnering with Friends of the Urban Forest so that they can plant trees at schools in San Francisco. Therefore, this doodle is an effective mechanism which enables Google to get huge masses of people to stop by its provinces.