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Google Logo Changes Again, Hinting RT Search?

CmdrTaco posted more than 4 years ago | from the i-prefer-fake-time dept.

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siliconbits writes "The Google homepage is sporting a new logo that changes color as you type, and it is likely a big hint as to what the company will announce at its search event on Wednesday. When you arrive on the search giant homepage today, you will be greeted with a gray Google doodle."

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Interesting (0)

HogGeek (456673) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507452)

It doesn't do it on the https page...

Re:Interesting (5, Informative)

The MAZZTer (911996) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507470)

Doodles have never been on the HTTPS page since it launched, so no surprise there.

Re:Interesting (-1, Offtopic)

x2A (858210) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507906)

I wonder if they're gonna get Glenn Beck to make the announcement *gets all giddy* it's gonna change Google forever!!

Re:Interesting (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507482)

Nor the IPv6 page.
http://ipv6.google.com

Personally, I'm not upset about that...

google.co.uk (5, Informative)

calzakk (1455889) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507454)

http://www.google.com/ [google.com] isn't working for me, but http://www.google.co.uk/ [google.co.uk] is.

Re:google.co.uk (1)

mcvos (645701) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507554)

Same for me. Also for the particles. Do only USAns get to see doodles at google.com? Or were these only shown at google.co.uk? (I haven't seen them at google.nl either.)

Re:google.co.uk (1)

mikael_j (106439) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507586)

A lot of times the national google pages lag behind the .com version.

Another little "quirk" seems to be that, as an example, images.google.se doesn't have the new single-page search result view yet while images.google.com does (this can be circumvented most of the time by changing the search preferences, something I tend to do since a lot of times letting it decide on its own that I want to give priority to swedish search results means that tech-related searches I make which give me the right page at the top on the english version of the site instead give me some random fashion blog, apparently what I searched for isn't as important as the language google chose for me).

Re:google.co.uk (1)

hooaamai (926532) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507784)

The site http://www.google.com/ [google.com] is opening fine for me, but I don't see any change in the Google Logo and neither any moving particles. And there's no change in http://www.google.co.in/ [google.co.in] either. My guess is that Google hasn't blessed all the netizens yet. It's just the Americans who get to see the moving particles whereas the rest of the world has to be content with the static ones. Wow! A particle just moved on my google.com webpage!! Or, Did it ?

Re:google.co.uk (1)

blackraven14250 (902843) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507836)

It had the doodle yesterday.

Re:google.co.uk (1)

mortonda (5175) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508032)

I haven't seen anything yesterday or today at either location.

Re:google.co.uk (1)

snowcrash23 (1661337) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508136)

It seems google finaly got slashdoted.

Re:google.co.uk (1)

marcansoft (727665) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508272)

Try clearing your cookies. Google does special tests for some people. By using a national site that you normally don't use, you force Google to treat you as a random new user, as it won't see your cookies for the main site.

For example, I do not get the gray typing logo in my main browser, but I do get suggestions with interleaved results as I type in the box. On a fresh browser profile, I get the typing logo and no results in suggestions.

Yesterday too (1)

Henriok (6762) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507460)

They experimented yesterday to when the logo was a group of balls that was repeleld by the mouse. Canvas/JS i suppose.. I'm only seeing this on the co.uk-page, not .com nor .se which is my home TLD.

Re:Yesterday too (2, Informative)

Rhaban (987410) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507528)

was not canvas: absolute-positionned divs with round corners.

Re:Yesterday too (5, Informative)

xded (1046894) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507634)

was not canvas: absolute-positionned divs with round corners.

Correct. CSS3 feature, animated with ordinary Javascript.

difference? (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507474)

How does that differ from the one yesterday? You know, the one with the random balls?

Re:difference? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507502)

I would like to see Google's balls, to compare the two.

Re:difference? (3, Informative)

calzakk (1455889) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507506)

Are you serious? On one hand you've got coloured balls that repel from the mouse, on the other hand you've got grey letters that are coloured when you press keys. To me that's a big difference. And it's actually pretty cool too, and even better is that there's no Flash :)

Re:difference? (1, Flamebait)

Ethanol-fueled (1125189) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507774)

And it's actually pretty cool too

No, it's not. I just want to search for something, not drop acid and watch the electric light orchestra.

Re:difference? (1)

Dunega (901960) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508172)

Then type in the search box and hit enter, it's not like they took that part away.

Re:difference? (1)

CaptSlaq (1491233) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508192)

Pink Floyd had better light shows for such things.

Re:difference? (1)

Profane MuthaFucka (574406) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507624)

I really liked the page with the random balls. I played with that for a long time. Every time my mouse moved, the balls jumped. I showed it to my wife, but she wasn't impressed with the balls at all.

Re:difference? (1)

e065c8515d206cb0e190 (1785896) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507726)

but she wasn't impressed with the balls

you don't say...

Re:difference? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507844)

That's why he's playing with his balls.

Its coming... (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507488)

The doodle resembles unveiling of something. An announcement is coming...

Re:Its coming... (1)

WrongSizeGlass (838941) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507730)

The doodle resembles unveiling of something. An announcement is coming...

"All your search are belong to us!"?

Re:Its coming... (1)

mcspoo (933106) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507908)

in pants?

Re:Its coming... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508170)

That Stephen Colbert is actually gonna hold the rally, and google is going to sponsor it?

Google has lost it... (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507492)

It would be nice if the freshly minted MBA marketing people in Google didn't get to use Google as their private play pen.

It would also be nice if the people within Google who realise that Google is used for serious work by people were still in charge...

Re:Google has lost it... (5, Informative)

Albanach (527650) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507524)

It would also be nice if the people within Google who realise that Google is used for serious work by people were still in charge...

And a colour changing logo affects your work day in what way? You realise no one at Google forced you to spend the afternoon playing pacman.

You can still type in a query, click search and get your results.

To be honest, I usually miss out on the doodles because it's so much quicker in Firefox to hit Ctrl K then type your query.

Re:Google has lost it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507594)

It's when you have things like bouncing balls all over the place or massive background photographs when all you are trying to do is to solve a problem within a tight timescale.

The Google images redesign hasn't improved my opinion of them either as you now need to mouse over the images to get things like size information.

If I wanted this stuff I would use Bing - there's a reason I have traditionally used Google.

(BTW, for the Google images issue, the Klingon language interface still uses the old style results and website view page)

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

_Shad0w_ (127912) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507664)

I had great fun with the balls that reacted to your mouse cursor. Made a boring day a little more interesting.

Re:Google has lost it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507710)

And while I am on the subject, is there anyone here who actually likes the fade-in nonsense ?

Re:Google has lost it... (2, Insightful)

jonescb (1888008) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507724)

To be fair, the pacman game would autostart after like 30 seconds and it would default to having sound on. So if you open up Google in another tab like I usually do you were forced to listen to the pacman game until you closed the tab or muted it. And yesterday's ball doodle was fairly jarring to look at because as soon as you opened the page the balls were flying all over the place. It would have been nicer if they started at their rest position spelling out Google and would only fly around when you use the mouse. But instead they started out in motion.

Re:Google has lost it... (4, Funny)

dswensen (252552) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508094)

You know, I think you'll recover from the trauma eventually.

Re:Google has lost it... (1, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507878)

Everything must be as boring as possible or it's not suitable for "professionals". Everybody knows this.

Re:Google has lost it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508026)

my work pc sucks, so yea waiting 30 seconds for stupid particles flying around the screen to settle down so I can move the mouse is a bit distracting

Re:Google has lost it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508064)

Then blame your work PC, not google!

What's in store... (1)

CAIMLAS (41445) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508142)

Those flying dots were freaking hypnotic. I spent more time messing with those than I did pacman, personally.

IMO, it could be either a fancy gimmick or a symbolism of sorts. Yesterday, I thought the flying dots might symbolize Google's intent to self-regulate due to the antitrust suit brought against them - instead of having the potential to be broken, they might fracture their individual components into separate companies, enabling them to financially/legally protect/isolate them from such an action. Adsense, Google, gMail, Google Research, etc. would become their own independent entities, possibly making it so they could be considered loss-leaders.

I don't know. I'm just throwing it out there; I don't understand how the whole financial thing works once a company goes public. Today, with the 'typeface' change, I'm not sure my original 'gut instinct' is correct. We will see, I suppose.

Re:Google has lost it... (2, Funny)

El Torico (732160) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507546)

It's used by a lot of people for a lot of reasons. Maybe it's time for "Google Lite".

Re:Google has lost it... (2, Insightful)

boxwood (1742976) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507620)

you could just use the search bar in firefox, or type your queries directly into the url bar in chrome.

really, who goes to the google front page anymore, other than to check on some interesting doodle?

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

Mike Mentalist (544984) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507706)

Most people do. I have to open a new tab anyway even if I use the Google search bar so it makes hardly any difference either way.

Re:Google has lost it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507910)

In Chrome the new tab page is special. It shows screenshots of favorite/recent sites, and a short title list of recently closed tabs. The URL bar searches Google in real time, if you have the suggestions service turned on. It takes some getting used to but I think the change is best.

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

quacking duck (607555) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507708)

you could just use the search bar in firefox, or type your queries directly into the url bar in chrome.

really, who goes to the google front page anymore, other than to check on some interesting doodle?

Almost everyone I know who isn't a techie, and/or has set their homepage to Google. This is actually way more people than I know who use the search bar in Firefox or IE7+

Re:Google has lost it... (2, Informative)

jac89 (979421) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507698)

You could select a custom background on google and set it to white. Or use the https google. Both of these would effectively hide all doodles.

Re:Google has lost it... (-1, Redundant)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508022)

Or you could use a search bar, and not open an extra page for no reason.

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

pinkushun (1467193) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507820)

Blackle.com suits minimalism nicely

Re:Google has lost it... (4, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507616)

Actually I think it's you who has lost it. Google Search is a commodity, not something you have an inherent right to. Furthermore, these stunts of Google's are the type of thing MBAs shy away from; only in an organization where developers have a lot of free reign is this ever common.

Re:Google has lost it... (3, Informative)

Jason Levine (196982) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507638)

You do realize that Google Doodles are a tradition at Google dating back to 2000? They archive all of the doodles here: http://www.google.com/logos/ [google.com]

If you are instead talking about Google's upcoming Realtime Search, then I don't think this falls under a "private play pen" item but an attempt to make a new search tool that people might find useful. If Google stops innovating and rests on their laurels, they risk another company overtaking them. Sure, not everything they do might succeed or be useful to the vast majority of people, but they try many different things and many of those things wind up working out.

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

Tukz (664339) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507676)

Or use iGoogle.

I've used iGoogle for years and I've never seen any of these gimmicks everyone is talking about.

Microsoft Search Employee Fail (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507766)

Shouldn't you be busy bribing more companies to use your shitty last place search engine than sitting around trolling Slashdot with retarded attempts at generating faux outrage?

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

daid303 (843777) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507890)

The firefox google page is always the same: http://www.google.com/firefox [google.com]

Re:Google has lost it... (1)

Myopic (18616) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508188)

What do you propose?

ehh (1)

halfEvilTech (1171369) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507514)

It just fills in up to 6 typed characters. you can type 6 periods (.) and still get it all filled it.

What it is leading to after that is anyones guess. Seems more gimicky at the moment.

Re:ehh (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507704)

Or even type (.) (.) and get it done.

Re:ehh (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507778)

hehehe you said (.) (.)

"Google Search" (1, Interesting)

telomerewhythere (1493937) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507544)

Googling "Google Search" does this. [google.com] Is this new? I've never seen it...

Re:"Google Search" (1)

VGPowerlord (621254) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507866)

Really? Googling "Google Search" gives me completely different results [google.com] .

When I type (1)

zethreal (982453) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507548)

it actually shows results real-time for what I'm typing. I'm accessing the .com site in the US. It looks kind of cool.

Re:When I type (1)

jac89 (979421) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507588)

screens or it didn't happen :P

Re:When I type (1)

FredFredrickson (1177871) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507626)

i'm getting this too.

Re:When I type (2, Insightful)

Myopic (18616) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507650)

Results, or suggestions? I don't see results when I do it.

Google Don't Like Opera (5, Interesting)

Mike Mentalist (544984) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507584)

Is there a good reason why these new Google toys don't work in Opera by default? Neither the background image option or that swirling ball trick from the other day worked in Opera until you set it in the options for Opera to mask itself as IE or Firefox - and now the same thing is true for this latest gimmick.

who cares (4, Insightful)

Pegasus (13291) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507804)

As an Opera user I haven't been on google front page for years - I just use g in url bar to search for whatever I'm searching for

Re:who cares (1)

aBaldrich (1692238) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507988)

A typical fanboi reply would be:

As a Firefox user I haven't been on google front page for years - I just use the bar to search for whatever I'm searching for

Checking Browser Capability for Graceful Fallback (3, Informative)

eldavojohn (898314) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507814)

Is there a good reason why these new Google toys don't work in Opera by default? Neither the background image option or that swirling ball trick from the other day worked in Opera until you set it in the options for Opera to mask itself as IE or Firefox - and now the same thing is true for this latest gimmick.

I don't know for sure (not a Google insider) but I would guess that they are using a wrapper script or something that has a hard coded list of support browser by browser. Whatever version of Opera you are using is probably incorrectly identified as not having these HTML5 feature(s) supported. Or perhaps it only gives you some of the functionality so they make the executive decision to just disable it entirely. I just finished reading HTML5 Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim of Google and he pushes heavily for the use of modernizr [modernizr.com] to check browser capabilities [diveintohtml5.org] . I've never known Modernizr to be wrong though. Whatever the case, it appears Google is simply not promising their doodle will work in Opera ... could be that they made a checking script for the Pac-Man doodle [slashdot.org] and just kept carrying it over. Did Opera work for that?

Now that I think about it, this is a high traffic page so they probably wrote their own browser checking wrapper for graceful fallback instead of pushing all of a javascript library down to each client. They are probably using a broad brush to balance bandwidth with audience and you're one of the unfortunate victims.

Re:Google Don't Like Opera (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507832)

Also doesn't work for unbranded Firefox (though it does for Iceweasel). I think they just left out a few || in their user agent check.

Re:Google Don't Like Opera (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507886)

Because testing for a market share of 0.01% isn't cost effective so it's safer to just send those users to page known to work. That simple.

Google Lite (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507656)

I did a quick search and found it already exists

http://www.gamertech.com/googlelite/

User agent, my arch-nemesis! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507658)

Using Arora from the continental US here, I get the normal static image.
If I pretend to be Firefox, I get a gray image that fills in as I type.

Nothing really exciting.

Streaming Search Vid (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507674)

I was able to see the streaming search yesterday for some reason... Luckily, I recorded it. If you want to see it, it's at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOizC3ZPsFI

Re:Streaming Search Vid (1)

Anarki2004 (1652007) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507868)

Somebody give this guy an informative mod or something...that's really cool

Re:Streaming Search Vid (1)

antifoidulus (807088) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507884)

I got that too, though I don't know how they determine who gets it and who doesn't right now. Both my desktop and my laptop are running the exact same OS and browser software and are connected to the same network. The desktop gets it but the laptop doesn't......

Just a JavaScript blinky feature (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507678)

I usually deactivate JavaScript and I usually try to use search engines/redirectors that use a SSL connection instead of mainstream search engines. Referrers are deactivated as well as cookies and other session storage options.

This does not show up in Opera. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507686)

Nor did the one yesterday.

That's just great! (2, Interesting)

jenningsthecat (1525947) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507714)

Yet another bit of distracting, eye-candy crap that uses JavaScript to tart up my monitor like a whore on Saturday night. I get that Google is becoming EVIL despite their stated intentions to the contrary, but do they have to be ugly and bloated too?

A quote from the TV series 'Life': "Its like Hello Kitty ate the Disney Channel and threw it up on that half of the room."

This trend of 'cute for cuteness sake' seems to be taking over the whole computing industry. I really wish developers, and
Google specifically, would spend more effort on functionality and usability and less effort on putting on their damned makeup.

Re:That's just great! (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507780)

I just pissed on your lawn. Now I will proceed to shit on your stoop.

Re:That's just great! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508226)

I think I'll invent some glasses that make the world turn gray for people like you. You should purchase a black and white television, actually that's probably too flashy for you. Find some stone tablets to read. Oh and that flashy computer you're using is obviously distracting also, throw that away. Go find a nice small room devoid of light and sit there.

Phrenology? (2, Funny)

Aceticon (140883) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507732)

Is reading Google's intentions from the Google logo the new Phrenology or would it be more akin to practices of divination such as reading the future from tea-leaves or the entrails of recently slaughtered goats?

Re:Phrenology? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508088)

Nothing so sophisticated. It's more akin to figuring out what Apple is releasing next based on the exact shade of black of Jobs' turtleneck.

Re:Phrenology? (3, Funny)

digitalhermit (113459) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508176)

I understand your skepticism. However, you must believe in the interconnectedness of things to understand why this works.

Reality is one vast machine. All actions are interconnected like gears in an elaborate clock. Looking at ants moving grains of sand can help divine the motions of the stock market. A woman dresses up one day determines (or is a consequence of) her horse winning a race at Belmont. The random drip of water flowing through a cave imprints "Rita Hayworth is a goddess" on the cave wall.

And a Google marketing rep, privy to the details of the announcement, wears a mongoose boa one day. The front-page coders, not privy to this information, think it looks clownlike. A man in a Chewbacca costume robs a liquor store. A blind ferret bites the toe of an American tourist in Sydney. Unable to finish the appropriate Javascript version of Fallout 4, the coders throw in some code from their existing type-ahead library.

This is how we know.

Re:Phrenology? (1)

qwertyatwork (668720) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508206)

Of course you'd say that...you have the brainpan of a stagecoach tilter!

White after labor day (1)

FatalTourist (633757) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507796)

I thought it was about wearing white after labor day.

secondary motive (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507900)

I don't know what Google's big surprise will be, but we know one thing Google would like to see is universal use of Javascript. I wonder if this campaign has convinced anyone to enable Javascript to see what all the fuss is about?

Personally, I really really wish browser programmers would stop focusing all their attention on how to speed up and/or exploit Javascript, and instead focus their attention on implementing native support for modern W3C standards like SVG and XForms. You know - stuff that would have an actual real-world impact on the quality of the web applications we use. Web 2.0 is just an awful mishmash of standards and technologies that were never ever intended to be stretched as tightly as they have been by (admittedly ingenious) web app developers. It's time we start using technology that was intentionally created to support rich web app development, instead of building ever kludgier amalgamations of old school HTML crap.

Google home page? (1)

xorsyst (1279232) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507916)

People actually go to the google home page? What's wrong with browser bar searching?

Cigar (1)

bradgoodman (964302) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507926)

I'd say that was a pretty huge conclusion to jump to

"Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"

RT? (1)

alphax45 (675119) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507950)

Google is now searching Twitter ReTweets?

(I'm sorry)

Slashdotted (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507966)

There's a mirror for google.com [google.com] at www.google.com [google.com] .

Incremental Search ? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33507970)

At least that's what the doodle makes me think of...

No doodle for IPv6 (1)

Antony T Curtis (89990) | more than 4 years ago | (#33507972)

They don't appear to change the doodle often when connecting via IPv6.
Meh.

Quick Everyone.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508016)

Google just blew a fart. Hurry, post it on Slashdot!!

Re:Quick Everyone.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508194)

You have already posted it on /. Talk about irony!

15 years of Google (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508146)

Google was incorporated this week in 1995. I assumed these googles were part of an anniversary celebration. If so, I guess it's a bit odd that they didn't do one on Monday too (I think; I wasn't near my computer on Monday since it was Labor Day)

pre 2005 called (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508230)

so what everyone remember doing similar things to create internet apps in the early 2Ks (before ajax) using urls in 0 by 0 pixel divs to pass info to the webserver, also remember forms that you didn't have to click an irritating edit button first - something form input boxes - text on change, on mouse down save button = visible

They are nothing but another form of therapy... (1)

famebait (450028) | more than 4 years ago | (#33508252)

...for these patients is not known whether these are the only ones who can not afford to pay for their own users and groups to their Friends / Favorites list yet, so I'ma keep popping up in their own right and do not want to be related to their particular field or industry in which they are attached to their respective owners and are strictly for viewing and printing of these books are nothing but another form of therapy.

What is that sound I hear? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#33508286)

Zzzzzzz......

I mean really...who cares? Why is it that every time Google farts, /. is there to analyze the emissions?

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