On the eve of Halloween, Google has recreated a cemetery of closed products
Google is one of the largest and most influential companies, and their services have become part of the lives of millions of users. What can we say about services such as: Google Chrome, Google search, YouTube, and so on. But it is not without losses, users are often upset when they hear about the next closure of the project. The service “Killed by Google” even appeared on the network, where all the company's closing projects were collected, and there were already 163 of them. On the eve of Halloween, Google decided to start the celebration in its own way and created its own cemetery of closed projects. In the main building of the company in Seattle, they placed a seasonal mock cemetery, where they placed tombstones of closed projects. A photo of the cemetery was taken by an employee of the company Dana Fried, published it on Twitter and added: “I don’t even know whether it’s creepy or just sad?” On the gravestones were famous projects: Google Reader, Picasa, Google Buzz, Orkut, Google Wave and Google+. Many of them remained in the hearts of users, while others could be forgotten without regret. In any case, some of the services did not just leave, but continued their journey in new projects. For example, Picasa, closed in 2016, was a continuation for Google Photo.