Charles Perrault Google Doodle

Charles Perrault was a French author. He was a member of the Académie française,  the pre-eminent French council for matters pertaining to the French language.
He is one of the founder of the literary genre „fairy tale“.
He wrote best known fairy tales like „Little Red Riding Hood“, „Cinderella“, „Puss in Boots“, „The Sleeping Beauty“ and „Bluebeard“.
The Brothers Grimm were influenced by Charles Perraults stories almost 200 years after publishing them.

Charles Perrault was born as the seventh child of Piere Perrault and Paquette Le Clerc in Paris  1/12/1628.
Charles Perrault was elected to the Académie française in 1671.

Perrault was an influential person in the 17th-century French literary scene. Perrault died at the age of 75 on 05/16/1703.



What is the mountain of the butterflies

There is a Google Doodle pulsihed about what is the mountain of the butterflies. The Doodle is published on January 9th on several Google homepages.

Google celebrates the 41st anniversary of the discovery of the mountain of the butterflies. This discovery is one of the greatest natural history discoveries of our time.

The Google Doodle for this anniversary shows several butterflies in different sizes.


New Year 2016

There will be a Google Doodle on 1st January 2016 about the New Year 2016.

Google published the second part of the New Year’s Eve / Day Collection. They celebrate the New Year 2016 with a worldwide Google Doodle. New Year’s Day is celebrated in almost every part of the world. Google takes part in it with that Google Doodle.

Happy New Year 2016!

New Year’s Eve 2015

There will be a Google Doodle On December 31st, 2015 about the New Year’s Eve 2015.

Every year Google publish a Google Doodle on New Year’s Eve and on New Year’s Day.

This year 5 birds are looking forward for 2016. There will be a Doodle on New Year’s Day 2016, too. There will be birds in it as well.

2015 was an awesome year. There were many trending topics. Some positiv some negativ. Altogether it was a good year.


Lucy Maud Montgomery

Google celebrates in the recent Google Doodle the 141st birthday of Lucy Maud Montgomery. The Google Doodle was published in several countries like the United States, Canada and Australia. Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author. She got famous for her novels e.g. „Anne of Green Cables“. Altogether she published more than 1000 writings. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born in Clifton in 1872 and died in the year of 1942.

Who is Lucy the Australopithecus? – AL 288-1

Who is Lucy the Australopithecus? Google is asking in the recent published Google Doodle.

There will be a worldwide Google Doodle about Lucy the Australopithecus. Google celebrates the 41st anniversary of Lucy the Australopithecus with the following Google Doodle.

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Lucy is the common name of AL 288-1, several hundred pieces of bone fossils representing 40 percent of the skeleton of a female of the hominin species Australopithecus afarensis. In Ethiopia the assembly is also known as Dinkinesh, which means „you are marvelous“ in the Amharic language. Lucy was discovered in 1974 near the village Hadar in the Awash Valley of the Afar Triangle in Ethiopia by paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson.

Usually, for the arduous practice of paleoanthropology in the field, only few fossils and fragments of fossils are collected, and only rarely are skulls or ribs uncovered intact. But the Lucy „find“ was extraordinary for the large fraction of the skeleton recovered and the significant amount of new information it provided, and for its age.

The Lucy specimen is an early australopithecine and is dated to about 3.2 million years ago. The skeleton presents a small skull akin to that of non-hominin apes, plus evidence of a walking-gait that was bipedal and upright, akin to that of humans (and other hominins); this combination supports the (debated) view of human evolution that bipedalism preceded increase in brain size.

„Lucy“ acquired her name from the song „Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds“ by the Beatles, which was played loudly and repeatedly in the expedition camp all evening after the excavation team’s first day of work on the recovery site. After public announcement of the discovery, Lucy captured much public interest, becoming almost a household name at the time.

Beginning in 2007, the fossil assembly and associated artifacts were exhibited publicly in an extended six-year tour of the United States; the exhibition was called Lucy’s Legacy: The Hidden Treasures of Ethiopia. Lucy became famous in the US and around the world, and was returned to Ethiopia in 2013. Google showed a Doodle on 24th November, 2015 for the 41st Anniversary of the discovery of Lucy.“


George Boole – 200th birthday

There will be again a worldwide Google Doodle. It is quite long ago since the last really worldwide Google Doodle. On November 2nd 2015 there is a again a worlwide Google Doodle about the English mathematican George Boole. George Boole is also known as a philosopher, logician and author. He is best known for his book „The Laws of Thought“ written in 1854.

He was professor at the Queen’s College in Cork (Ireland) and was awarded the Keith Medal by the Royal Society of Edinburgh. On 11/2/2015 he got awarded with a worldwide Google Doodle.

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