New Year's Eve 2013: Google bids goodbye with an animated doodle

 
 
New Year's Eve 2013: Google bids goodbye with an animated doodle
Google, on Tuesday, displayed an animated New Year's Eve 2013 doodle on its homepage to bid adieu to the year and wish Happy New Year.
 
NEW DELHI: Keeping up with its tradition of coming out with doodles to mark important days, Google, on Tuesday, displayed an animated New Year's Eve 2013 doodle on its homepage to bid adieu to the year. It is the last Google doodle for the year 2013.

Today's attractive doodle features the numbers 2,0,1 and 3 partying on a multi-coloured dance floor. The number 4 is also depicted in the doodle, which is interpreted as waiting along the sides to replace 3. In the background, two speakers are seen playing music uniformly.

Additionally, the Google logo is presented in a colourful way with a disco ball that represents the letter 'O'. And if you move the cursor on the doodle then a message 'Happy New Year!' will appear.

Just below the search bar, the search engine displays a caption that reads 'What did the world search for this year? Remember the moments of 2013'. And on clicking the given link, users are redirected to the Google Zeitgeist 2013 page that highlights some of the major and significant events of the year in a 1.31-minute video.

The Times of India also brings you the Top News of the Year 2013 even as we look ahead for a new beginning.
 

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