Problems everywhere, as you as Google, Failure Celebration Of Google:

At late night of my blogging yesterday as per my daily routine I opened my laptop and think to share some new and interesting article with you. I open my browser and linked to my gmail account, after sign in google takes longer time to upload even my internet connectivity is good and there is no issue at that time.
Some time of loading of gmail google failed to display my gmail and display 500 internal server error. I surprised take snap and again reload my web page and again same problem. I think, some days ago I fighted with HostGator matter of same means 500 internet server error with TricksWay.
After some time I logged in my Blogger account and problem still same blogger loading for some time and display error as failure. I attached snap of all the drama.

500 server error in google

Failure history of Google and their celebration:

Google is a company that's not afraid to take the risks there will be failures. Normal life get upset with each smaller problem but they "celebrating" those failures. Read the article which is my hard work to collect all the things various source of internet.

Google Wave, May 2009 to August 2010:

 Detail of Starting and ClosingThe product was launched in a great splash at the Google I/O conference in 2009. But the revolutionary communications change that Google suggested Wave would be a step beyond email and instant messaging. Google Wave found little adoption and lots of mind scratching about what to do with it.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"Wave has taught us a lot, and we are proud of the team for the ways in which they have pushed the boundaries of computer science. We are excited about what they will develop next as we continue to create innovations with the potential to advance technology and the wider web".

Google SearchWiki, November 2008 to March 2010:

Google SearchWiki  Detail of Starting and ClosingSearchWiki allowed anyone to shape their search results manually. You could delete results you didn’t like and move others to the top of the list. This was Launched in November 2008.
Quote of The failure celebration:
"Stars in search replace SearchWiki. In our testing, we learned that people really liked the idea of marking a website for future reference, but they didn’t like changing the order of Google’s organic search results"

Google Audio Ads, January 2006 to February 2009:

Google Audio Ads  Detail of Starting and ClosingGoogle acquired dMarc Broadcasting, a radio-based advertising platform in January 2006 for $102 million in cash along with future performance payments that could have up to $1.1 billion. Three years later, Google jumped out of their broadcast radio ads. It turned out that Google couldn't got performance as it hoped.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"In 2006, we launched Google Audio Ads and Google Radio Automation to create a new revenue stream for broadcast radio, produce more relevant advertising for listeners and streamline the buying and selling of radio ads. While we've devoted substantial resources to developing these products and learned a lot along the way, we haven't had the impact we hoped for. So we have decided to exit the broadcast radio business and focus our efforts in online streaming audio".

Google Video, January 2005 to January 2009:

Google Video Detail of Starting and ClosingAt first, Google Video had no video at all, much less sharing. Instead, the service recorded TV broadcasts and turned them into searchable transcripts. It was actually cool. But by the middle of the 2005, Google began allowing video uploads and sharing after takeover of YouTube. By January 2006, it also quietly shuttered the TV search part of the company.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"We are confident this decision is the right one for our users, and we are looking forward to making Google Video an even better place for you to search and find videos from all over the web".

Dodgeball, May 2005 to January 2009:

Google Dogeball Detail of Starting and ClosingDodgeball was purchased in May 2005. Dodgeball was co-founded by Dennis Crowley, who left Google in April 2007, saying "the whole experience was incredibly frustrating for us". Dodgeball was hard for people to understand and perhaps too early for the mobile devices out there.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"Some of you may also be familiar with, a mobile social networking service that lets you share your location with friends via text message. We have decided to discontinue in the next couple of months, after which this service will no longer be available. We will communicate the exact time-frame shortly".

Jaiku, October 2007 to January 2009:

Jaiku by Google detailSome think Jaiku could have been as Twitter for Google. Google purchased the microblogging service in October 2007 and did a little with it. By January 2009, it was closed along with several other products.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"Google has long believed that thoughtful iteration is the best way to build useful products for our users. As part of that process, we are always looking for ways to better focus our teams on the products that can have the most impact".

Google Notebook, May 2006 – January 2009:

Google Notebook complete detailA way to clip text, images or search results and save them in online "notebooks" that could be shared with others. Google decided to close that in January 2009.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"At Google, we’re constantly working to innovate and improve our products so people can easily find and manage information. At times though, we have to decide where to focus our efforts and which technologies we expect will yield the most benefit to users in the long run".

Google Catalogs, December 2001 to January 2009:

What is Google Catalogs ?A way to search through consumer catalogs, Google Catalogs was launched with promise at the end of 2001 and soon virtually forgotten by everyone, including Google, it seemed. It was updated maybe once or twice, Then it just sat. Google finally put it out of its misery in January 2009.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"It was a great experiment. Nonetheless, in recent years, Catalog Search hasn’t been as popular as some of our other products. So tomorrow, we’re bidding it a fond farewell and focusing our efforts to bring more and more types of offline information such as magazines, newspapers and of course, books, online".

Google Print Ads, November 2006 to January 2009:

Google Print AdsGoogle Print Ads, launched in November 2006 put ads into newspapers. But the product apparently failed to generate much revenue as per their interest, so it was closed in January 2009.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"In the last few months, we have been taking a long, hard look at all the things we are doing to ensure we are investing our resources in the projects that will have the biggest impact for our users and partners. While we hoped that Print Ads would create a new revenue stream for newspapers and produce more relevant advertising for consumers, the product has not created the impact that we, or our partners, wanted. As a result, we will stop offering Print Ads on February 28".

Google Page Creator, April 2006 to August 2008:

Google Page CreatorDid the web technology needs another way to build web pages? Google thought so and rolled out Google Pages in April 2006, with an official blog post. After two years later, Google Page Creator was closed silently. There was no any official blog post about it.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"We are no longer accepting new sign-ups for Page Creator because we have shifted our focus to developing Google Sites, which offers many of the capabilities of Page Creator along with new features like site-level navigation, site-level headers, control over who can see and edit your site, and rich embeddings like calendars, videos, and Google docs".

Google Answers, April 2002 to November 2006:

Google AnswersGoogle Answers, a Question and Answers service launched in April 2002, was killed off in November 2006. Unlike most services, Google Answers relied on paid researchers. But rather than reshape the product, Google axed it.

Quote of The failure celebration:
Google is a company fuelled by innovation, which to us means trying lots of new things all the time — and sometimes it means reconsidering our goals for a product. Later this week, we will stop accepting new questions in Google Answers".

Google Code, April 2008 to January 2014:

google code history and detailPersonally I feel very disappoint after this decision of Google. Say Google reason behind this is increasing of misuse but I think Google can easily manage these thing if want , reason behind this is also may be no earning of revenue.

Quote of The failure celebration:
"Downloads were implemented by Project Hosting on Google Code to enable open source projects to make their files available for public download. Unfortunately, downloads have become a source of abuse with a significant increase in incidents recently. Due to this increasing misuse of the service and a desire to keep our community safe and secure, we are deprecating downloads and will no longer have the ability to create new downloads starting on January 15, 2014".

Next, will be closed ?

You know well about below products might face a failure celebration next:

Orkut: Orkut look like as old king of social media, launched in January 2004. Over six years later, Orkut become is big in Brazil, India and Iran. But interset of Facebook destroyed it completly, in India it's almost closed and Google delete all the accounts associated witg it.

Google Knol: Google launch to challenge Wikipedia doesn't appear to have gained much traction since it was formally launched in July 2008.

Google Sidewiki: A tool of Google that allows anyone to add comments to any web site appears to be little used. It was launched in September 2009.

Google Buzz: Supposed challenger to Twitter, Facebook and even Foursquare had a deeply flawed launch in February 2010 and quickly caused the company to come under fire for privacy concerns.

I collect these all information from various source of internet and try clear difference hard work and failure below to every success. Failure Celebration Of Google is based to encourage you, Hope you understand ! Keep trying, stay update with us follow us and don't forget to leave your appreciated comments.

Himanshu is a young engineer living in India. Currently working at Cognizant as a Senior Engineer. He is an ethical hacker & blogger too, doing lots of crazy stuff... If you seem interesting, go through his portfolio: : "Open Source. Millions of open minds can't be wrong!

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