Google changes its logo often, and users just usually scroll over the modified logo to see whatever Goolge is honoring for the day.
But not on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010. For U.S. and U.K. users, the logo on the google page was made up of a series of dots that break away when the cursor get near them.
According to an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, ".A spokeswoman told The Daily Telegraph of London, We will leave the mystery to you.’ Google was incorporated on Sept. 4, 1998, according to Google’s corporate history page. But several dates, including the 7th, have previously been touted. The page used to say, ‘On Sept. 7, 1998, Google opened its doors in Menlo Park, California,’ the Telegraph reports.
"Some experts have speculated this is Google’s way of showing what its Chrome browser can do in HTML5 — the latest version of the standard programming code for displaying Web content. Others have called it a stunt to hype a forthcoming announcement."?