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The History of the Zipper

Today, 24th of April 2012, Google is celebrating the legacy of Gideon Sundback.  From the  Google ‘zipper’ Doodle it is easy to determine that the logo has something to do with clothing or with the zipper itself.
Gideon Sundback
This is indeed the case and today the Google Doodle is commemorating Gideon Sundback’s achievement.

Whitcomb JudsonGideon Sundback
Photos: Inventors
Whitcomb Judson Gideon Sundback

Illustration: drawing of a modern zipper

More of This Feature
View the original 1917 Sundback patent for the "Separable Fastener"
Related Innovations
Clothing Fasteners

It was a long way up for the humble zipper, the mechanical wonder that has kept so much in our lives 'together.' On its way up the zipper has passed through the hands of several dedicated inventors, none convinced the general public to accept the zipper as part of everyday costume. The magazine and fashion industry made the novel zipper the popular item it is today, but it happened nearly eighty years after the zipper's first appearance.

Elias Howe, who invented the sewing machine received a patent in 1851 for an 'Automatic, Continuous Clothing Closure.' Perhaps it was the success of the sewing machine, which caused Elias not to pursue marketing his clothing closure. As a result, Howe missed his chance to become the recognized 'Father of the Zip.'
Forty-four years later, Mr. Whitcomb Judson (who also invented the 'Pneumatic Street Railway') marketed a 'Clasp Locker' a device similar to the 1851 Howe patent. Being first to market gave Whitcomb the credit of being the 'Inventor of the Zipper', However, his 1893 patent did not use the word zipper. The Chicago inventor's 'Clasp Locker' was a complicated hook-and-eye shoe fastener. Together with businessman Colonel Lewis Walker, Whitcomb launched the Universal Fastener Company to manufacture the new device. The clasp locker had its public debut at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and met with little commercial success.
Whitcomb Judson's Clasp Locker
Illustration: Whitcomb Judson's clasp locker
Swedish-born (who later immigrated to Canada), Gideon Sundback, an electrical engineer, was hired to work for the Universal Fastener Company. Good design skills and a marriage to the plant-manager's daughter Elvira Aronson led Sundback to the position of head designer at Universal. He was responsible for improving the far from perfect 'Judson C-curity Fastener.' Unfortunately, Sundback's wife died in 1911. The grieving husband busied himself at the design table and by December of 1913, he had designed the modern zipper.
Gideon Sundback increased the number of fastening elements from four per inch to ten or eleven, had two facing-rows of teeth that pulled into a single piece by the slider, and increased the opening for the teeth guided by the slider. The patent for the 'Separable Fastener' was issued in 1917. Sundback also created the manufacturing machine for the new zipper. The 'S-L' or scrapless machine took a special Y-shaped wire and cut scoops from it, then punched the scoop dimple and nib, and clamped each scoop on a cloth tape to produce a continuous zipper chain. Within the first year of operation, Sundback's zipper-making machinery was producing a few hundred feet of fastener per day.
View the original 1917 Sundback patent for the "Separable Fastener"
The popular 'zipper' name came from the B. F. Goodrich Company, when they decided to use Gideon's fastener on a new type of rubber boots or galoshes and renamed the device the zipper, the name that lasted. Boots and tobacco pouches with a zippered closure were the two chief uses of the zipper during its early years. It took twenty more years to convince the fashion industry to seriously promote the novel closure on garments.
In the 1930's, a sales campaign began for children's clothing featuring zippers. The campaign praised zippers for promoting self-reliance in young children by making it possible for them to dress in self-help clothing. The zipper beat the button in the 1937 in the "Battle of the Fly," when French fashion designers raved over zippers in men's trousers. Esquire magazine declared the zipper the "Newest Tailoring Idea for Men" and among the zippered fly's many virtues was that it would exclude "The Possibility of Unintentional and Embarrassing Disarray." Obviously, the new zippered trouser owners had not yet discovered the experience of forgetting to zip-up.
The next big boost for the zipper came when zippers could open on both ends, as on jackets. Today the zipper is everywhere, in clothing, luggage and leather goods and countless other objects. Thousands of zipper miles produced daily, meet the needs of consumers, thanks to the early efforts of the many famous zipper inventors.

Gideon Sundback Tribute By Google Through ‘Zipper Doodle’

Have you seen the latest, coolest, awesomest Google ‘Zipper’ Doodle? If not, head over to www.Google.com and unzip the page! Google’s engineers have put up an awesome doodle to celebrate the birthday of Er. Gideon Sundback – an electrical engineer who developed the zipper! Yep, Sundback was a Swedish-American electrical engineer! Between 1906 and 1914, Sundback made lot of advances in the development of the zipper. His main aim was to improve the “Judson C-curity Fastener”. Plako was the first improvement of the C-curity, but it had its own set of problems. Sundback found his final solution to the problem in 1913. He increased the number of fastening elements from 4 per inch to about 10 or 11 per inch. The improved version of the zipper was finally released in 1914.Interestingly, the word ‘Zipper’ wasn’t coined by Sundback. It came from B.F. Goodrich who decided to use it in their new boots.
Gideon Sundback Google Doodle
Gideon Sundback
Check out more information about Er. Sundback on Wikipedia or Invent Hall Of Fame. We thank Google for the lovely doodle and remembering yet another engineer who changed the world, forever. Proud to be an engineer!
Image Credit: Concordia

Gideon Sundback celebrated in a Google doodle

Latest doodle is a giant zipper running down the search engine's homepage marking the birthday of the zip's inventor.
Google doodle zipper
Gideon Sundback celebrated with an interactive zipper Google doodle on the search engine's homepage. Photograph: Screengrab
Google's latest doodle, a giant zipper running down the centre of the search engine's homepage, marks the birthday of Gideon Sundback, the Swedish-American electrical engineer most commonly associated with the development of the fastening device that revolutionised the clothing industry.
Before Sundback's intervention, the idea for a fastener based on interlocking teeth had circulated among engineers for more than 20 years but no one had perfected it.
His innovation was to place a dimple on the underside of each tooth and a nib on the top that would sit securely within the dimple of the tooth above it.
As a result, the join between two rows of teeth was then strong because no single tooth has enough room to move up or down and come apart. He also created the manufacturing machine for the new zipper.
Born on April 24, 1880, in Småland, Sweden, he moved to Germany following his studies and emigrated in 1905 to the US, where he started to work at Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A year later, he was hired to work for the Universal Fastener Company in Hoboken, New Jersey, and became its head designer in 1909.
Sundback initially proposed the new zipper as a replacement for hook-and-eye fasteners on women's boots but it had become a regular feature for the flies of trousers and on dresses by the 1930s.
Sundback died of a heart condition in 1954 and was interred at Greendale cemetery in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

Free Facebook Access From any Mobile In India Without Internet

Facebook has become the largest social network on this earth and day to day many people are joining Facebook for connecting with family, friends who are far away from their home. Facebook is becoming the most popular social network for chatting with family and friends, share the knowledge, exposure of any event, talk without any talk, building subscribers for business. If we talk about the registered user by countries then India has become the second largest country in the world whose people are registered with Facebook. Now Facebook has decided to attract more users from India and Facebook India has partnered with Fonetwish by which you can access your Facebook for free without any internet connection without any form of data ( EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA(3G)). You can use your Facebook in the mobile even in Nokia 1100 or no need to have any multimedia mobile or inbuilt any apps. Fonetwish has started this free Facebook access service to Airtel, Idea, Aircel and Tata Docomo users only and may be brings it to other networks. Now here is how to access free Facebook without internet connection in India.

Browse Facebook For Free In India On Mobile Phones

  1. If you are a Airtel/Aircel/Idea or Tata Docomo user, then proceed the below steps and if you are network user then wait for some days to launch this service.
  2. Dial *325# from your mobile phone and wait for a while.
  3. Enter your username and password, now are in your Facebook account.
  4. Choose the number what you want to be, for example if you want to update your status update then choose 2 and go for write and update like the below preview. Take a complete look in the preview,

free facebook access in india
Free Facebook Access Screenshot taken from labnol.org
I personally used this service and have a good experienced without any problem and hope you would also like these feature into your mobile phones. You can also check who are online and chat them and also you could get direct dial number to chat with individual friend, if you are outside of your Facebook account, just you have to dial no. and message them. Using this unlimited service have minor charges, just you have to pay only Rs. 1.00/day and use this feature unlimited.

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Unanswered/Pending/Decline Friend Requests|Unfriended Me On Facebook

Your Facebook account popularity is totally depended upon the friends with whom you'd like to share anything and get updates with friend's status, but it hurts, when some of your friends unfriend you and Facebook do not allow you to show which friends have removed you from their friend list. You can not track which friends have removed you, which friends have deactivated their Facebook profile, who has declined your friend request and how much have you pending friend requests. Unfriend finder, a user-script which runs via Greasemonkey for Mozilla Firefox. Unfriend finder allows you to track back door activity of your friends such as who has removed you from their friend list, deactivated their profiles, decline your friend request, awaiting your friend request. So, you can track and take an action in the real time. Unfriend finder uses the Facebook notifications to alert you on these events, or you can see it directly by going to your left sidebar in Facebook's wall and look under the FAVORITES list, after click on Unfriends, you can check all notifications.

How To Check Which Friends Have Removed You in Facebook-Mozilla Firfox

  1. Make sure you are using Mozilla Firefox browser. If not you should install Firefox
  2. If you have installed Greasmonkey on your Firefox, then skip this step otherwise, Install Greasemonkey, after click on Greasemonkey you have to click on +Add to Firefox then you will see a pop up installation add on windows in which you have to click on Install Now button. Make sure to restart your browser otherwise the below step will not work. You can bookmarked this page. After installation of Greasemonkey, you will see an icon Greasemoney for firefox of Greasemonkey onto your browser near URL bar. 
  3. Now install userscript for Unfriends Finder. After clicked, you will see a pop up window like the below preview,

    Unfriend finder in Facebook for Firefox

    now finally click on Install.
  4. Restart your browser, and log into your Facebook account, you will see an additional tab Unfriends onto the top navigation bar near Account, like the below preview,

    Unanswered declined request in Facebook
    clicking on Unfriends, you will see pending requests, and if you wish to cancel all friends request, then you can do it here. You have an option to choose, what do you want to get notified by Unfriend finder, to select various options by clicking on Preferences under Settings under Unfriends tab in FAVORITES list. Take a preview,

when you don't want to use unfriend finder services in your Facebook account, then you can disable it anytime by doing unchecked on Unfreind Finder (see below preview), while you are in Facebook and refresh your Facebook.

disable Unfriend finder in Facebook

Unfriend/Decline/Unanswered You in Facebook - Google Chrome

  1. Make sure you are using the latest version of Google chrome, If not, you should install Google Chrome.
  2. Now install the userscript for Unfriend Finder for Chrome. After clicked, you will see a pop up window like the below preview,

    which have removed you from friend lists

    now finally click on Install
  3. Log into your Facebook account and go back to the 4th step above and read for more information.

    when you don't want to show your photo in the old way on Facebook then simply look at the browser toolbar and go to
    Settings -->Tools -->Extensions and unchecked Enable under Unfriend Finder.


How To Protect Images From Being Copied / Downloaded

In this post, I'll discuss some ways to protect images from being copied on the webpages. You spend a lot of time and hard effort to creating unique images for your website, and later other could download them, which is not fair. Do you want to protect your images from being copied? If yes, you are here at the right place. In normal speak, you can not protect your images 100% from being downloaded because a webmaster or any person who knows some coding, may steal your images from your websites. Therefore, if you want 100% protection of your images from being copied, I would suggest you to use your watermark or your name on your images with transparency or don't put it on the internet (joke!). However, you can protect your images from being copied by the persons who are not webmasters.

protect image from being copied or downloaded
Protect Images from being copied or Download

If you Google it "how to protect images from being copied". You'll across with a technique which shared the most on the web by disabled to right click on the WebPages, but I think disabled to right click is not a good idea. Most of the users visit your webpages for information purpose only and very small no. of visitors visit your website for stealing your images so most of peoples feel insulting if you disabled right click on webpages and also it will not give you a professional work. Although, you can disable right click only on the images of your web pages not overall part of your web pages as on the part of your content and your links, but if you disable right click, users may drag and drop images from your webpages to their desktop.
We will discuss some techniques for protect your images from being downloaded as follows,

  1. Protect Images From Being Copied By 'img' Tag.

  2. Protect Images From Being Copied By 'table' tag.

  3. Protect Images Form Being Copied By Disable Right Click Only On Images.

I like the above first and second methods for protection of images in web pages. If you apply first or second method to protect your images from being copied and an image theft comes up on your website, and drag and drop your images to his/her desktop. They will shock and think what it is because they would not get any image to desktop after dragging or after to select the save as option. Let us first in very short description I tell you that what I would try to apply here.

"Firstly, takes an image which would you like to prevent from being copied and note down its width and height, and now create a transparent image of the same width and height as your main image. Now, upload your main image to your post, and then upload your transparent image adjacent to your main image. Now, we will try to move up your transparent image onto the main image. If succeed, everyone can see the main image because the upper layer on the main image is transparent, but if someone drags and drop your images from your web to their desktop, then always your transparent image will move on and your theft shocked each time. That's it!"

Updated: Please read the above message first which is in the quote.

If you want to protect all images on your website, then creating different transparent images for each image is waste of time. Now, we'll create only one transparent image of width and height each 1px, which will save image size too. We will use this transparent image with every image of our websites because we can change our transparent image's width and height via inline style, and all the procedure is same as we mentioned in above quote. Now we start the process.

How To Protect Images From Being Copied / Downloaded By img Tag

If you don't know that how to create the transparent image then simply you can download this transparent image of width 1px and height 1px by clicking on Transparent Image (wait 5 second and click on Skip Ad at the top of the right side). Save this image to the desktop, and upload it into your blog, or you can use free image hosting sites as imageshack.us and grab the direct link to use the image into your blog. You can also host your images into your blogger for free with unlimited bandwidth, to know more about it click on upload high quality images to Blogger.
Now look at the following code.
( Let we use here main image of 200px and height 200px. You may use different size of your image. )

***Here we are using border on the transparent image for better explanation because we could not be able to show you the location of transparent image without borders.
--> Border of Transparent image = Black;

<div style="float: left;">
<img src="http://lh5.googleusercontent.com/_d23RhflOeI4/TPnpn9GIL7I/AAAAAAAAAFY/zByUm4E-M5Y/s1600/how+to+protect+images+in+websites.png" style="width: 200px;height: 200px;"/><img src="http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/5371/protection.png" style="border: 1px solid #000; width: 200px; height: 200px; " /></div>
Code 1.0

*** Please read carefully this step: In the above code, we have included two img tags as <img/><img/>. first one is for your main image and second one is for your transparent image, and make sure don't have no space both between both img tags( as <img/>SPACE<img/>) or no enter key ( as <img/>LineBreak<img/> ). Otherwise, these images will not be adjacent and this technique will not work.

*** Make sure in both img tags the height and width must be same or you can increase the width and height of the transparent image section but your main image's height and width must not be less than transparent image size. Otherwise, transparent image could not properly move up on the main image.

*** If you want to add border on main image then simply add the code for adding the border as we created in the transparent image i.e., border: 1px solid #000;

*** You can see in the second img tag we did expand 1x1 px image to 200x200 px image by adding width and height attribute in to the inline style sheet in transparent image.

The Preview of the above code will be as follow,

Now we will try to shift a transparent image hover to the main image by applying margin property on to the  transparent image and also make sure that the layer of your transparent image must be outer than the layer of the main image. It means that we have to use negative margin property on the transparent image. Since, our transparent image is in the right position of the main image. Now, we will try to shift our transparent image from right to left by using negative margin-left property, such as [ margin-left: -(width of main image)px; ], into the inline style sheet of transparent image. Let's adding this attribute into the above code 1.0.

*** Here the width of main image is 200px so we will use margin-left: -200px;
*** If you use the border for your main image then you must be set margin-left: -(width of main image + width of right border of main image + width of left border of main image); , let us we use "border: 1px solid #000;" into the main image, then this border width also includes into the width of main image so 1 px increases by left border and 1px increases due to right border of the main image, so we have to set margin-left: -202px;

so the above code will be changed to,

Code 1.1
<div style="float: left;">
<img src="http://lh5.googleusercontent.com/_d23RhflOeI4/TPnpn9GIL7I/AAAAAAAAAFY/zByUm4E-M5Y/s1600/how+to+protect+images+in+websites.png" style="width: 200px;height: 200px;"/><img src="http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/5371/protection.png" style="border: 1px solid #000; width: 200px; height: 200px; margin-left: -200px; " /></div>

let's see the preview,

Sound like good. Your transparent image has completely moved up onto the main image. Can you steal this image? Try it by drag and drop to your desktop or right click on the image and save it to your desktop. What will you get? I think the transparent image only. :)

If you want to add this image to the right side, then simply change"float:left;" to"float: right;" into the above code.

if you want to add this image to the center of your post, then change "float: left;" to "text-align: center;" into the above code. That's it!

*** Where could you paste these codes, please see the instruction of bottom of this post.

*** Basically the position for your images is floated, so if your image is in float left, then your content will be in the right side, the exact example is on the above image (image in left and content in right). In this case you have to need some space between your content and image so replace the following code <div style="float: left;">  in Code 1.1  by <div style="float: left; margin:5px;"> .

*** If you don't wish to write adjacent to the right or left image, then simply add the following code just after the Code 1.1
<div style="clear:both;"></div>

You done!

How To Protect Images From Being Downloaded / Copied By Table Tag

Now, here we will protect images from being copied by using table tag, and make sure to note down the width and height of the main image it's property. I will suggest you to use the above first method for protecting your images. Since, it is also a possible solution for protecting your images from being downloaded so I am also considering this case. If you have a little knowledge about HTML table tag, then you could easily understand what I want to explain so let's with a very short description take a look at this method.
"Firstly, we will create a table and in that table, we will create a row, and then in that row we will create a column (now the game start!). In that column, we will upload my main image as a background image, and then we will insert a value in that column as my transparent image, which will cover the background image and ... and what? End the process. That's it!"
Now look at the follow code,

*** Now, we will not use the border of transparent image. I think you will have familiar with.
*** Since, here we will show the transparent image to its original background, so don't need to margin or padding here.
*** Here, my main image width=249px and height=200px, so we will make the same size of transparent image.

Code 2.1

<td style=" background: url(http://lh5.googleusercontent.com/_d23RhflOeI4/TPnpn9GIL7I/AAAAAAAAAFY/zByUm4E-M5Y/s1600/how+to+protect+images+in+websites.png) no-repeat;"><img src="http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/5371/protection.png" style="height: 220px; width: 249px;"/>

Below is the preview of the above code,
*** Please make sure, there must not be any space between <td><img/> tag.

***Now, let's about the positions of your images into your post, such as left, right or center including the adjacent content to your images or not. We have created a simple table for your need. Take a look,
Want\Do Position What have you to
replace in Code 2.1
from which have
you to replace
Image with adjacent
Left <table> <table style="float: left;">
Right <table> <table style="float: right;">
Image without adjacent
Left <table> <table style="text-align: left;">
Right <table> <table style="text-align: right;">
Image Center <table> <table style="margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;">

You done!

Now the third method that is how to protect images from being copied by disable right click only on images on your web pages. We will create a new post for it, because this post has already been lengthy. The second factor is that I am in very sleepy mood, and the light rays of the sun are knocking my door ( LOL).

Where can you paste these codes:

You can paste these codes to anywhere, where HTML allowed. Check out the following steps,

  • In Blogger Post: Sign in to Your Blogger Dashboard -->click on How to protect images from being downloaded Create new post --> select HTML mode and paste the above code.
  • In Blogger Sidebars: Go to Blogger Dashboard --> Layout(Under more options) --> Add a Gadget(choose from sidebars) --> HTML/Javascript(Choose under pop up window) and paste your code and click on Save.

Hope! You enjoy this tutorial and if you have any doubt, then can feel free to ask me via comments.


Rename/Change/Edit Facebook Page Name With More Than 100 Likes

After a long time finally, we have renamed our Facebook Page, which has more than 100 likes. When I had created Facebook Page, then I named it with a long name but now it is TheHackerClub4U. Do you have a long name to your Facebook page (or just want to rename it) with more than 100 likes. If yes, then follow the easy steps mention below. Basically, Facebook doesn't allow you to change the name of a page with 100 or more likes.

According to Facebook, you'll need to delete your Page and recreate it. The Facebook team isn't able to change Page names for you, but it is now possible. I have requested to rename our Facebook page to Facebook team, and within three days my request has processed,  and successfully we have renamed Facebook page with the help of Facebook team. So, here is how to change/rename a name of Facebook page with fewer/more than 100 likes. We have divided it into two parts,
  • Rename/Change a Facebook Page Name Fewer Than 100 Likes
  • Rename/Change a Facebook Page Name More Than 100 Likes

How To Rename/Change a Facebook Page Name Fewer Than 100 Likes

  1. Sign into Facebook, and look at the top of the Admin Panel.
  2. Click Edit Page under Manage.
  3. In the left sidebar, click on Basic Information, and under Name change your Facebook page name and save it.

How To Change/Rename Facebook Page Name With More Than 100 Likes

  1. Sign into Facebook.
  2. Now, click here on Rename Facebook Page With More Than 100 Likes. It will be open in the new window. Take a following preview,

    Rename a Facebook Page name with more than 100 likes

    now write your existing Facebook page name in Current Page name, and the new Facebook Page name under Desired Page name, and write your Facebook Page link(as http://www.facebook.com/yourpage ) in Link to Page field. Choose the reason why do you want to change your Facebook Page name and finally, click on Send.
  3. You have successfully sent a request to change the name of Facebook Page to Facebook team. It will take some days to precessed the request and notify you via your primary email. In my case, my Facebook Page has renamed on the 3rd day. If you are also lucky, then you'll get a reply back from the Facebook team as like,

Robert Doisneau - four images celebrated in the Google doodle

On popular request, here are the four images featured in today's Google doodle celebrating French photographer Robert Doisneau's birth centenary, reproduced in full on one handy page.

From our earlier story:
Robert Doisneau was one of France's best known photographers, most famous for his photograph The Kiss, a photo of a couple kissing in the busy streets of Paris. His photographs, taken over the course of several decades, provide a great record of French life

Le Remorqueur du Champ de Mars (Tug on the Champ de Mars), 1943
Le Remorqueur du Champ de Mars
Trois petits enfants blancs (Three little white children), 1971
Trois petits enfants blancs

Le baiser de l'hotel de ville (Kiss by the Hotel de Ville), 1950
Le Baiser de lHotel de Ville

Le Chien a Roulettes (Dog on Wheels), 1977
Le Chien a Roulettes

Monsieur! French photographer Robert Doisneau has centenary of his birth celebrated with Google Doodle collage of his pictures

His black and white photographs once typified the magic of 'gay' Paris.
Now French photographer Robert Doisneau has received the ultimate accolade - he has been celebrated with his own Google Doodle.
The collage of his shots on the home page of the search engine marks 100 years since he was born on April 14, 1912, in Gentilly, France.
Both of Doisneau's parents had died by the time he was seven but he went on to become one of the greatest photographers of all time.
The Google Doodle includes his most famous image, Le baiser de l'hotel de ville (Kiss by the Hotel de Ville) which was shot in 1950 in Paris. 
Robert Doisneau's Le baiser de l'hotel de ville (Kiss by the Hotel de Ville), which shows a young couple kissing amid the hustle and bustle of a Paris street.
Robert Doisneau's Le baiser de l'hotel de ville (Kiss by the Hotel de Ville), which shows a young couple kissing amid the hustle and bustle of a Paris street. The picture typifies the romance of the French capital and went on to become his most famous shot. It has now been recreated in a Google Doodle
The Google Doodle celebrates 100 years since Doisneau was born in Paris on April 14, 1912.
The Google Doodle celebrates 100 years since Doisneau was born in Paris on April 14, 1912. He was an orphan by the time he was seven but went on to wing a string of accolades for his work
The image, which was once a must for the bedroom wall of any fashionable student, shows a young couple kissing passionately amid the hustle and bustle of a Paris street. They are oblivious to the passers-by around them while locked in an embrace that captures the romance of Paris.
The photograph has the town hall in the back ground and the tables of a cafe in the foreground. It has been reproduced millions of times on cards and posters.

But quite whether Doisneau had intended for the 'l' of Google to be looming over them is another matter. There is a letter 'g' to their left and an 'e' to the right of them.
Another photograph on the doodle is titled Le Remorqueur du Champ de Mars (Tug on the Champ de Mars). The 1943 image shows two children playing at Champ de Mars near the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Google have altered it to include a capital 'G' between the arches of the landmark.
Robert Doisneau's photograph The Birds taken in July 1974
Robert Doisneau's photograph The Birds taken in July 1974. Stunning black and white images like this helped the camera expert win a string of accolades before he died in 1994 aged 81
The nuclear fusion plant in Ivry, near Paris. Many of Doisneau's photographs related to Physics
the nuclear fusion plant in Ivry, near Paris.
Industrial: Two of Doisneau's sightly less romantic pictures of the nuclear fusion plant in Ivry, near Paris. He took them between 1942 and 1943 while working as a photographer in the French Army during the Second World War
Another picture in the collage is that of a woman -  representing the anonymous reader - at the 19th-century French writer Guy de Maupassant's monument at Parc Monceau, Paris. There is the 'oo' of Google beneath her.
The fourth photograph is Le Chien a Roulettes (Dog on Wheels) from 1977. Part of the last 'g' of Google spills into this shot.
By far the most famous of Doisneau's pictures is Le baiser de l'hotel de ville. He was once taken to court by a couple who claimed they were the ones photographed in the shot.
However, once the case already underway Doisneau dramatically revealed that he had staged the shot with two models. The opportunistic pair promptly had their case chucked out.
Doisneau's specialty was street photographer. But when he started out as a teenager he was so shy that he would only take pictures of street cobbles.
However, by the time Doisneau was 20 he was already a professional photographer.  Many of his best images were taken after returning from service in the French Army from 1940 - 1945 in the Second World War.
He won a string of accolades before dying aged 81 on April 1, 1994, in Montrouge, Paris.
The Robert Doisneau Google doodle is the 1347th Google doodle since the first ever 14 years ago. The search engine changes the doodle every day to tie in with a significant date in history.

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Eadweard J Muybridge's 182nd birthday Google doodle

Today 9th April Google celebrated Eadweard J. Muybridge’s 182nd Birthday with a cool Google Doodle. Eadweard J. Muybridge was a great photographer, born at England and famous for his invention of Moving Image and 3D Photography.
Google Celebrates Happy occasions, birthdays, and some Special festive days with a customized homepage. That customized Homepage may  contain any image, graphics, animation, or video significant for that day.

Eadweard J. Muybridge’s 182nd Birthday Google Doodle

Today Google is celebrating 182nd Birthday of Eadweard J. Muybridge, and todays Doodle proves the innovative ideas of Google.inc Today’s Google Doodle is based on “Muybridge’s The Horse in Motion” concept. Let’s Take a look at Eadweard J. Muybridge’s 182nd Birthday Google Doodle.
Eadweard J. Muybridge's 182nd Birthday Google Doodle
Today’s Google Doodle is an animation. In the above screenshot of Eadweard J. Muybridge ‘s  Google Doodle screenshot you can see a series of horses. When you click on the animation, suddenly the horses start moving, and they become in motion.This animation is inspired form Muybridge’s The Horse in Motion concept, and describes the invention of Eadweard J. Muybridge (moving Image).
Eadweard J. Muybridge’s  The Horse in Motion

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Eadweard J. Muybridge Born 9 April 1830
Eadweard J. Muybridge Died 8 May 1904
Eadweard J. MuybridgeEadweard J. Muybridge was born in England and later moved to US. He is commonly known for his invention related to photography. He invented Moving Picture and 3D imaging.
Know more about his life and work @ his wiki Page

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