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Valentine's Day 2011: Search Engines Feelin' the Love

Danny Goodwin
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Google's Robert Indiana Doodle wasn't the only special logo or Valentine's Day treat put out by the search engines. Bing, Yahoo, Ask, DuckDuckGo, and even Wolfram|Alpha are also feeling the love in their own ways today.

In addition to their special doodle, Google is offering an Valentine's Day e-card powered by Google Maps. At Map Your Valentine, you can use Google Maps to remind your Valentine of a special or romantic place, which will then show up on the e-card with pair of pins combined to appear as a heart:

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Bing's background image today features a special coral formation -- or, as they call it, a "valentine from Mother Nature":

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Bing also has figured out which celebrity people in the U.S. would most like to spend Valentine's Day with. Men chose Megan Fox, while women chose Ryan Reynolds:

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Yahoo has an animated logo feature a pair of love birds:

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How long is the courtship of a seahorse? That's the big question today on Ask. Their homepage also features a pair of seahorses in love:

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Seems DuckDuckGo's signature duck also received a special valentine as well:

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YouTube also a special hearts logo:

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Finally, Wolfram|Alpha today has become a computational love engine, and apparently ready to be your search engine valentine:

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Happy Valentine's Day!


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