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  1. Google Reveals What New & Expectant Parents Search For

    With both Mother's Day and Father's Day approaching, Jordan Rost, Brad Johnsmeyer, and Allison Mooney of Google looked at Google search trends, YouTube search trends, and Google Consumer Surveys to see what was top of mind for new and expecting...

  2. Doodle 4 Google 2013 Winner's Best Day: When Her Dad Came Home From War

    The Doodle was created by a 12th grade Wisconsin student in honor of her best day: the day she was reunited with her father who returned home from Iraq after 18 months of military service. Having an interest in astronomy, a day where I can observe...

  3. Future Forward - Shifts in the Digital Revolution at #SESLON

    A service like Bing Translator can help a father accommodate his son's nut allergy in a foreign country, which leads Coplin to pose the question, "Why learn a language? A search for "sushi" on a mobile device at lunchtime should yield different...

  4. Obama vs. Romney: Search for Next President Reveals Astonishing Facts

    George Romney, Mitt's father, also surfaces in the search results. Although it seems to be a relentless campaign strategy time and time again, maybe presidential candidates should get off the playground and stop the bullying!

  5. Gustav Klimt Google Logo Celebrates 150th Birthday of Austrian Erotica Artist

    The following year, both his father and brother Ernst died, requiring that Klimt, at thirty years old, take over financially supporting both families. He was made Helene’s legal guardian and became familiar with Emilie through much time spent with...

  6. Alan Turing Google Doodle: Turing Machine Codebreaker Logo Honors Father of Computer Science

    Google honors the life and work of a man whose accomplishments were many; a brilliant academic and codebreaker, Turing is also known amongst computer scientists as the father of artificial intelligence.

  7. Eadweard J. Muybridge Animated Horse in Motion Google Doodle Honors Motion Picture Pioneer

    Muybridge’s status as “father” of the motion picture came about not with some great futuristic vision. Rather, the goal was to settle an argument about whether all four of a horse’s hooves are ever off the ground at the same time while trotting.