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IN Technology ON 20 Jan, 2015
Internet in this decade is the digital heart with varieties of websites. But Have you ever thought why the theme of Facebook is Blue? Do you even know the numbers of domains that Google owns? Well yeah, you might not have thought about it.
There are so many hidden facts which we don't know about our favorite website on which we spend quality time every single day. These Mind cracking facts about your favorite websites which you may have never seen before.
Al Pacino's face was the first face to be used on Facebook.
You can find your first tweet on twitter at (https://discover.twitter.com/first-tweet)
You might don't know but the notification icon on facebook in desktop & mobile version varies according to location. You might not have noticed it yet.
As Mark Zuckerberg suffers from red-green color blindness, the theme of Facebook is blue.
Google owns bundle of domains with slight misspellings with in the name "Google" as gooogle.com, gogle.com, and googlr.co. Google also owns around 466453.com because which keeps on increasing with every month.
Because Larry Page and Sergey Brin denied Doug Edwards' suggestion - "Buywords". They felt that it can create wrong impression that one could purchase better placement in the search results. "AdWords" was the second choice.
Instead of going for Lawn Mowers, Google Rents 200 Goats from a Company Named California Grazing to cut down weeds in Google Head Quarters. It sounds so innovative.
There are 13 circles behind the Twitter's Logo Design . Now you can think how hard designing can be.
Yahoo had the option of purchasing Google once.
You can use such simple alphabets to play with Facebook add ons.
Well, You heard it right....You can't block Mark Zuckerberg
Initially, Youtube was about to be made as dating site.
Initially the original spelling of Google was decided to be "Googol" but due to the mistake committed by the founder....Google was formed.
Like Olympics, China is also the country with the most Twitter users with around 35 million.
Iceland used Facebook in the making of its Constitution again.
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