Why Does Google Have Two LL? Google’s 11th Birthday!

Why does Google have two Ls? These are the questions running in the minds of every internet user who visites Google website on September 27, 2009.

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Why does Google have two Ls? These are the questions running in the minds of every internet user who visites Google website on September 27, 2009. 2 L’s created excitement in the user that why Google has 2L’s. This was never happened before in Google’s 11 year life. There is no need to worry about it. Actually 2L’s are number 11. This is a part of Google’s 11th birthday. This is unique way of celebration. This mode of celebration keeps the viewer thinking what is going on, where the 2nd L comes from.

Google likes the visitors to keep on guessing when exactly the Google’s birthday is. Last year for its 10th birthday, Goolgle launched a 10 year Google timeline to celebrate, maybe they make some updates to it this week. Google don’t have 1 exact day on which they celebrate their birthday. September is a month of celebration for Google as they incorporated on September 4th and the domain was registered on September 15th.

The Google results themselves make for a nice highlight and timeline of the company, listing Google products and services which have launched over the past 11 years, including Google Adwords, AdSense, Google DoubleClick, Blogspot, Google Maps, GMail and Google Video. It’s pretty amazing that in only 11 years Google has become the technology powerhouse that it now is, and We firmly feel that Google has a long way to go, especially as they focus on cloud computing, browsers, operating systems and global broadband connectivity. Happy 11th Birthday Google!

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