Google Celebrates Jules Verne With Interactive Google Logo On Homepage

Posted: Feb 8 2011, 5:59am CST | by , in News | Technology News

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New Google Doodle is interactive, move the lever on the right.

Google celebrates the birthday of Jules Verne today with a cool Google Logo on the Google Homepage. The Google Doodle is animated and simulates a submarine. With the lever on the right you can change the directions.

This is not the first interactive Google Logo. Last May, Google had the already legendary Google Pac Man Logo up on their homepage.

French Author Jules Verne born on Feb. 8th in 1828 brought us some of the first Sci-Fi novels. His books include Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, A Journey to the center of the Earth and around the world in eighty days. More details about Jules Verne can be found on Wikipedia. Jules Verne's book are still getting filmed by Hollywood every couple of years. Many sci-fi movies took pointers from Jules Verne's books over the years.

For available Jule Verne books in print and as eBooks visit Amazon.

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