Today, Sept. 1, is the 37th anniversary of ‘The Neverending Story’s first publishing, and Google is honoring the tale by depicting it in today’s Doodle. Here are five things you need to know about the children’s fantasy story, and why Google has chosen to celebrate it!
Happy birthday, Phoebe Snetsinger! Google Doodle is celebrating the renowned birder on what would have been her 85th birthday. So, who is Phoebe Snetsinger? Here’s everything you need to know!
The June 9 Google Doodle is something special. Google honors birder Phoebe Snetsinger in a cool animated Doodle. Phoebe would have been 85 on June 9. HollywoodLife.com has rounded up 5 key things to know about Phoebe!
Lights! Camera! Google! Lotte Reiniger was a film director and pioneer of silhouette animation, releasing the first ever full-length animated film in 1926. On June 2, she became the latest genius honored with a Google Doodle, so here are 5 things about Lotte.
Step aside, Walt Disney. A decade before his Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs debuted, Lotte Reiniger was already trailblazing the field of animation. The German genius was given a Google Doodle for her 117th birthday, so get to know more about this incredible director!
Rosario Castellanos has just been given Google’s highest honor … a Google Doodle. The Mexican poet and author is considered a feminist hero and lead an extraordinary life. On what would have been her 91st birthday, let’s take a look back at some of Rosario’s most inspiring moments.
Rosario Castellanos broke down barriers and on May 25 her achievements are being recognized in the form of a Google Doodle. Although she only lived to be 49-years-old, Rosario is one of Mexico’s most celebrated political figures. She wrote about gender equality, social and cultural issues and is considered to be one of the most influential feminists in the world.
How cool is this? Google honored Yuri Kochiyama, a well known Japanese/American activist, with a Google doodle on what would have been her 95th birthday. Yuri has such an inspiring history and we have everything you need to know!
You might not always click on the Google Doodle’s but you should. Google goes above and beyond to dedicate their homepage to an important figure in history for 24 hours and on May 19, Yuri Kochiyama was honored with her own Google Doodle. The late activist was born in California and lead a harrowing life that even involved her being sent to an internment camp during WWII.
Google honored Hertha Marks Ayrton with one of their signature Doodle’s to celebrate the 162nd birthday! Hertha broke boundaries in her lifetime and was actually one of the first women to present her work to the U.K.’s Royal Society and made great strides for women in science.
Hertha Marks Ayrton is still making waves over 100 years after her death. The British mathematician and physicist was best known for studying ripples in water and sand. Google decided to honor her with one of their famous Doodle and we are loving it!