Happy New Year 2011! This is a salute to all of you our readers as we celebrate the New Year 2011 in a few hours from now. A wonderful show of lights and fireworks illuminate the sky as we witness the entrance of the coming New Year 2011.
Fireworks, music, alcohol and other ways to make noise are part of the celebration of New Year and we can see these images as happens later in the New Year 2011. New Year’s Eve is celebrated with parties and social gatherings spanning the transition of the year at midnight.
As you can see in the image above, 2011, in Latin characters to replace those four letters Google’s core, leaving only the “G”at the beginning and “E” at the end. Today’s Google Doodle also has several fireworks exploding in the background, like any New Year celebration should be.
Unlike Google Doodle Christmas, the logo of today is not interactive at all. Individuals simply clicking on the picture to be redirected to the Search Results where they can find more information about year-end. Google celebrates with the millions of people around the world welcome the New Year 2011 with Doodle, as shown below. The drawing has the Roman numerals “MMLXI”, which is equivalent to the number “2011″ and firecrackers in their environment.
This will be the last Google Doodle 2010. Google really came out of the box this year when it was changing its logo. We saw many interactive and fun doodle drawing as the birthday of John Lennon, featuring an animation video, or the scrawl of Pac-Man – both were first in the history of Google Doodle.
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