Wednesday, January 04, 2006
A powerful means of showcasing Google features - the Google logo link is. The logo links to something interesting related to a particular date or time. And now a days more often than not, that gives some extra information available which was created by parsing content from the web.
Case in point, the birthday of Louis Braille, linked via image inserted below on the Google home page. Led me to google images, and wikipedia site. However when reading the translation of the Braille text in the image, the liter translation came out to 'GOOGLE Note the apostrophe before GOOGLE. Does this denote the start of a comment in the Python programming language? It does in VB though.
See the image at www.google.co.uk/logos/braille.gif