Great interactive Google Doodle (logo) for the 46th Anniversary of Star Trek. Working copy here: bit.ly
Alan Turing was born 100 years ago. Google celebrates "the father of computer science and artificial intelligence" with an interactive "intelligence test doodle". Its a kind of "Turing machine". I have to think some minutes before I checked how it works. Here are the results of the 6 tasks. When you did it correct one more Google logo char is filled with color. Very nice doodle – but it takes some time :-) Please give it a * Thumb UP * if you like. More about the tragic live of Alan Turing: www.turing.org.uk More about the Turing-Doodle: www.tagseoblog.de (german) Music: "Cut Trance" by Kevin MacLeod
Google honors Robert Moog. He was an American pioneer of electronic music. Bob Moog best known as the inventor of the Moog synthesizer. The Moog synthesizer was one of the first widely used electronic musical instruments. Can you see the Google logo? Robert Moog was born on May 23, 1934. In 1953 at age 19, Moog founded his first company, RA Moog Co. In 1972 Moog changed the companys name to Moog Music. Bob Moog died on April 28, 2005. Happy Birthday, Robert Moog. Thumbs UP if you can use it :-) More about Robert Moog: – www.moogmusic.com – http – www.tagseoblog.de (german)
www.cheapohippo.com Robert Arthur "Bob" Moog – (May 23, 1934 — August 21, 2005), founder of Moog Music, was an American pioneer of electronic music, best known as the inventor of the Moog synthesizer. A native of New York City, Moog attended the Bronx High School of Science in New York, graduating in 1952. Moog created the first voltage-controlled subtractive synthesizer to utilize a keyboard as a controller and demonstrated it at the AES convention in 1964. Moog was diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiforme brain tumor on April 28, 2005. Nearly four months later, he died at the age of 71 in Asheville, North Carolina on August 21, 2005.