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Google Wraps Hanukkah, Festivus, Christmas & Kwanzaa Searches In Festive Holiday Decor

Each year, Google becomes festive, and brings out their own version of holiday cheer to searches for Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Festivus (It’s not really a real holiday, but it was inspired by the TV show, “Seinfeld”).  Google decorates corresponding search results pages for each holiday term with relevant imagery. These decorations are now currently …

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Google Shows Its Support For Gay Pride Month With Rainbow Art For LGBT Search Terms

This month, as usual, Google is showing their support of gay rights this month by displaying a rainbow ribbon for LGBT-related searches that marks Gay Pride Month. There are a number of LGBT terms that will display the Gay Pride inspired artwork across Google’s search results page, which includes: gay pride month gay rights LGBT same sex marriage …

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Google Honors Prince With Special Purple Rain Logo

It’s been a day since we heard the news of the death of Prince.  Many people were shocked and saddened at the news.  Recognizing his passing,  Google created a special purple rain “doodle’ on April 21st to commemorate the artist’s death. If you clicked on the logo, you’d get search results for “Prince Music” as …

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St. Patrick’s Day Google Doodle Turns Their Logo Green With A Leaping Shamrock

Today is a day of green things everywhere, and Google decided to join in on the fun by putting up a green animated logo that goes from the normal Google logo to a green variation in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. The logo has been designed by Chris O’Hara, who is an Irish artist …

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Lunar New Year Google Doodle Welcomes In The Year Of The Fire Monkey

Today, Google is celebrating the first day of the Lunar New Year by giving us a doodle that rings in the year of the Fire Monkey. The logo, which was drawn by Alyssa Winans, was drawn using the same fiery red color as the traditional red envelopes that is usually exchanged during Asian holiday. The Lunar …

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