New Year’s Eve 2013 Google Logo Is Bringing In The New Year With A Disco

Today’s Google logo is celebrating New Year’s Eve disco-style.

The interactive logo includes a spinning disco ball, pounding speakers and a light-up dance floor. The numbers for “2013″ dance away, while the number “4″ awaits to takes its spot with glancing eyes. Clicking the logo delivers search results for “New Year’s Eve 2013.”

The logo is sorely lacking audio. With all the dancing numbers and the vibrating speakers, it’s hard not to want to hear something from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Maybe the New Year’s Day logo will actually give us something to dance to, even if it is a Bee Gee’s song.

Search Engine Land wishes all our readers a happy and safe New Year!

Google New Year's Eve logo 2013

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  • http://www.koozai.com/author/ali-moghadam/ Ali Moghadam

    What happens at midnight? Someone keep watch! :) I bet the 3 gets eaten by the 4. I hope something fun happens tomorrow morning with it anyway. Happy New Year!

  • Smash Flare

    Great post! Thank baby Jeebus I don’t use Google every 5 seconds or I would have missed this!

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  • http://www.anexpertseo.com/ An Expert SEO

    what happened at mid night. how was the change taken place. did 3 get beeten up or it just got wiped off

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