The doodles on Google's homepage have been causing quite a lot of confusion over the last few weeks. Between crop circles and UFOs making off with the second 'o' in the company logo, it's been a very confusing month. The Daily Mail reports that Google's decision to change the spelling of the logo to "Googlle" to celebrate its 11th birthday caused a lot of users to wonder why the site had spelled its own name wrong.
Earlier this month Google displayed several logos that involved UFOs, crop circles and alien invasion. The company just last week confirmed that the logos were to celebrate the birthday of The War of the Worlds author, H.G. Wells. Check out the full story here.
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