Fascinating Facts About Google's History 

 The first meeting between Sergey Brin and Larry Page was marked by disagreement on almost every subject.

– The search engine initially relied on analyzing links to assess the importance of individual web pages within the World Wide Web. It was first named 'Backrub' due to its focus on evaluating 'back links' to gauge a website's importance. Subsequently, it underwent a name change to become Google.

The name Google was a clever play on the mathematical expression representing the number 1 followed by 100 zeros.

 Google.com was registered on September 15, 1997, but Google did not launch its website until September 1998.

 The first office of Google in 1998 was operated from a garage located at Menlo Park, California, which happened to be owned by their employee no. 16 Susan Wojcicki.

Google introduced Yoshka as the first company dog, the first dog to ever visit Google’s campus when the office moved to the Mountain View location.

 The tradition of maintaining a colorful atmosphere in its offices continues even now.

In 2006, the term 'Google' became a verb in the dictionary.

 On February 25, 2009, Google sent out its first tweet, which was written in binary code and when translated to English conveyed the message, "I'm feeling lucky."

 Google awards scholarships to students in an effort to encourage them to pursue careers in the field of technology.