The Les Paul Google Doodle, the Best Google Doodle Ever
The Les Paul Google Doodle may be the greatest little time-waster since the Pac-Man Google Doodle back in May of 2010.
Some Google Doodles Are Great Little Time Wasters
Most all of us know what Google Doodles are. They are the customised logos on the Google homepage. Since 1998, Google has used Google Doodles to commemorate the birthdays of cultural icons like John Lennon as well as worldwide events and holidays.
For two days earlier this month - June 9th and 10th, Google featured on its homepage arguably the best Google Doodle ever. To honor what would have been the 96th birthday of Les Paul, the legendary developer of the solid-body electric guitar, Google displayed a Google Doodle that allowed you to play a Les Paul Guitar by moving your mouse cursor over the strings of the Les Paul Google Doodle.
This amazing Google Doodle even allowed you to record the music you made and share it with others via a unique URL.
According to the time-tracking company RescueTime, the Google Doodle commemorating the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man cost the world an estimated $120 million in lost productivity. The Les Paul Google Doodle is so cool and fun to mess around with that it may break the Pac-Man Google Doodle record for lost productivity. In case you didn't get a chance to loose some productivity back on the 9th and 10th of June, here's the Les Paul Google Doodle.
Or, click here to go play the Les Paul Google Doodle for yourself.