In 1996, two graduates, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, from Stanford University built a search engine but it wasn’t until the graduates filed for registration in September 1998 for the domain Google.com, and officially on the 27th September 1998 the world was introduced to a website with nothing but a search bar and button.
13 years on, “Googol” is the biggest search engine on the Internet creating over 19 BILLION searches a month.
Happy Birthday Google and thank you for your help in allowing the world to broaden their horizons on the random stuff we ask you!
Happy Monday everyone!
I found this picture which illustrates what happens in 60 seconds on the World Wide Web and I must say after seeing it, it’s incredible how things have evolved over the past 10-15 years ago. Imagine a world without websites such as Facebook, Youtube and Google – where would we be? I’ll leave that question with you.
Until next time
Today marks the second anniversary of the passing of musics greatest gift – Michael J Jackson. To mark this day, I’ve compiled a few of my favourite MJ’s songs.
We miss you Michael. You were taken from us too soon but an angel which the world would never see.