Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Google changes its logo "Nautilus " in honor of Jules Verne

WASHINGTON - Internet giant Google paid tribute to Jules Verne Tuesday, his birthday, turning the logo of its search engine in Nautilus, the submarine "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", work flagship of the French writer of the nineteenth century.The letters usually blue, red, yellow and green logo was redesigned in windows to see the sea bed and wildlife, while a small joystick to control the submarine.
Jules Verne, author of many books as famous as "Journey to the Center of the Earth" or "Around the World in 80 Days ", was born February 8, 1828.

Google regularly changes the logo of its search engine, said "doodle" to honor individuals or mark important events.

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