New Year 2014 Google Logo Keeps On Disco Dancing

Happy New Year!

Today’s Google logo ushers in the New Year with the same logo as yesterday’s New Year’s Eve disco-themed logo, with one small change: 2013 is now 2014.

The interactive logo includes the same spinning disco ball and vibrating speakers, but now the dancing numbers are 2014, as a sweaty number “3″ makes its way off the light-up dance floor. (The number appears to be mouthing something, but I’m not sure what it’s saying.) Clicking the logo returns results for “New Year 2014.”

Under the search box, is a link to the “Google Zeitgeist 2013″ site, a page with all the top searches performed on Google during the last year.

Search Engine Land wishes all our readers and happy and healthy 2014!

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  • goverhorticulture

    if google logo changes little impressive means, everyone will be happy. http://www.goverhorticulture.com

  • Nachiele Fonseca

    Google always makes us dance link the above logo.

  • Leslie Duncan

    I don’t think the 3 is mouthing anything, I think he is just breathing heavy. :)

  • Alexlander Edwards

    Bye 3, I’ll see you again in the next 9 years. Have a nice break off!

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