It is that time of the year again when people across the globe spend the evening with good cheers and merrymaking. Even though not all people recognize the primary significance of Christmas Eve, almost everyone around the world celebrates it. Today, the internet has made such an impact on how people live their everyday lives. Before, you would see people hanging outdoors however, nowadays; they are often at home glued to their social networking sites as well as other online activities to the point that some of them have already forgotten the meaning of Christmas.
This is where Google’s holiday greetings come in. Since people are mostly online most of the time, one reliable way of getting their attention and reminding them of the holidays is through a holiday greetings. And one of the most common pages that people check every day is Google so what better way to remind them of the spirit of Christmas than by putting up a Google Doodle. For the past couple of years, Google Doodles have been produced to let the world know of the birthdays of various historical personalities such as Ada Lovelace, Bram Stoker, John Lennon, Robert Moog, Freddie Mercury and more. And they are there to stay.
Today, Google takes the opportunity to give us their holiday greetings, and as a sign of their participation in the world’s wish to have a Merry Christmas and happy holidays.