Anyone else see the bar code in place of the google logo? Anyone else been signed out every time you leave the page? Just curious.
well today was the day when barcode was invented...so it is showing up on google.And I stay signed in even when i leave the page.And btw nice pic sandra
its either a bar code or computer language
binary code and all
but in lines instead of zeros...
I saw it, It will be different tomorrow.
How are ya?
I had the same thing, so I kept trying to get into my account to see my Gmail. Eventually, I'd get in; but the next time the same thing happened a few times.
If you are ever curious about any of the Google feature Art that sometimes is there in lieu opf the Logo, then Hover over it with the Cursor, and a little Box comes up, and tells you what it is about. "Say Confucious Birthday"
well today is the 50th year after the invention of barcode!!
Mine is the same Sandra I thought I was doing something wrong, but I guess we are all having the same problem.
Okay. I just wanted to be sure I was being redirected to a fake google site. Thanks ya'll. And is it really the 50th anniversary of the bar code or are you just pulling my leg?
yes it really is the 50th anniversy of the barcode..
Im not good at all that
I didnt get redirected and failed ot read your entire OP. Sorry. I did have the barcode tho.
It made me think about his guy, who works at the gas staion I go too, and he has a barcode tat on the back of his nec..but hes pretty cute and always flirts with me..so I didnt mind the google thingy..
woops, I meant was not being redirected. lol
ooh la la! Hot guy with bar code tat on back spells trouble but hot and steamy trouble. lol
The Barcode Google Logo really reads the word "Google" to scanners.
If you hold your cursor/pointer over any mysterious google logo design-- a little window pops up that disolves the mystery.
At least it does on mine.
Today it says "Invention of the bar code".
I thought the first bar codes were related to IBM and prisoner tattoos in concentration camps?
Must be the PC version of the anniversary of the barcode?
Its actually the 57th anniversary of the first patent on the barcode? strange anniversary to pick
If you scan the barcode, it reads as 'Google"
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