Google pays tribute to Flintstones

Sep 30, 2010
The front page of Google.com as the US-based search engine pays tribute to the Flintstones, devoting the celebrated logo on its home page to Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty on their 50th anniversary.

Google paid tribute to the Flintstones on Thursday, devoting the celebrated logo on its home page to Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty on their 50th anniversary.

The colorful at .com features the Flintstones characters spelling out the word "Google."

Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the Flintstones first aired on the ABC television network in 1960.

The Mountain View, California-based Google frequently changes the logo at Google.com to mark anniversaries or significant events or pay tribute to artists, scientists, statesmen and others.

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