Steve Jobs obituaries
Boing Boing Bounces Back To 1984
Google Links Apple
Apple's Home Page
Wired Goes Dark
New York Times Front Page
Pixar Says Thanks
Google's homepage is perhaps its most precious asset, the place the company's phenomenal business really began as a search engine, and its most prominent brand projector. Google doesn't mess with its home page--even its famous Doodles are restrained, clever.
But today Google is thinking differently. Centrally placed in the prominent whitespace below its minimalistic logo and search box are just four words: "Steve Jobs, 1955-2011," and a hyperlink...to Apple's home page. Google, classily, has stepped right over the complex business rivalry between the two giant tech firms.