John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address: New Google Doodle Logo
Google is known for honoring various people, ideas, and events with doodles on their front page, and this time it was John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address.
The Google logo changed for one day to honor his speech which reached millions and it is quite interesting how the search giant goes about designing their logos for an event such as this. Although it may not have been an official day, it felt like it for those who use Google.*Sponsored Links*
One of the reasons many people suspect Google of putting the doodles on their front page is because of the fact that Bing does the same thing on a daily basis for competition’s sake.
They have been doing it for a while though and some of the doodles are rather impressive, manipulating the image to spell out “Google”.
This time Kennedy’s inaugural speech as the 35th president of the United States which took place on Jan. 20, 1961 was honored with one of these drawings, put as the logo on the front page for all to see for one full day.
During the speech Kennedy touched the nation with the line “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country”.*Sponsored Links*