1.Google was originally called BackRub.
2.Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin own just 16% of the company.
3.That 16% gives them a combined net worth of around $46bn.
4.You can use Gmail in more than 50 languages. These include: Welsh, Basque, Tagalog, Malayalam, Telugu and Cherokee.
5.Around 1,000 of Google's employees became millionaires when the company went public in 2004.
6.One of those millionaires was masseuse Bonnie Brown, who worked at the company giving back rubs for $450 a week back in 1999.
7.In 2009, the company rented around 200 goats for a week to eat the grass and fertilise the soil at its California headquarters.
8.Google's first official tweet was the words "I'm feeling lucky" in binary.
9.The Burning Man (shown above) was the first doodle and was designed by the Google guys and added to the homepage to let their users know they were out of office and couldn't fix technical issues.
10.Google is a super dog-friendly company.
11.Back in February, 1999, the chewy candy known as "Swedish Fish" became the first ever company snack (not counting beverages) that was ordered into the Google office.
12.gigantic T-Rex skeleton — nicknamed "Stan" after a "real" dino found nearby — that looms menacingly at Googlers in Mountain View.
13.The name ‘Google’ was an accident. A spelling mistake made by the original founders who thought they were going for ‘Googol’
14.A new Google employee is known as a "Noogler"
15.A former employee is referred to as a "Xoogler".