Break out the champers — it’s New Year’s Eve! And to celebrate, Google has made its own doodle. Head to the Google home page and you’ll see the numbers of 2013 all on a dance floor, strutting their stuff, while a 4 looks on from the side in anticipation. He’s waiting for his turn, see, which will come at midnight. Above the numbers, speakers blare out music, and a revolving disco ball takes the place of the second O of Google. Also to end the year, some British tech personalities have been honoured in the New Year Honours List. Below the doodle is a link to Google’s Zeitgeist 2013, which is a video compiling what we most searched for in 2013. Here it is, if you’ve a minute and a half to spare. Some of Google’s own doodles even make an appearance at the end. This year saw doodles celebrating the birthdays of Johannes Kepler, Sir Norman Parkinson, Douglas Adams, and the London Underground, among others. Michael Acton Smith, the man behind Moshi Monsters, was awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours List. Smith also started online gadget seller Firebox. ARM Holdings’ former boss Warren East was also honoured…. Read full this story
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