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  1. Howard Carter King Tut Google Logo Pays Homage to Famous Archaeologist

    The Google Doodle is an illustration of Carter standing in front of the sarcophagus, amid other ancient Egyptian artifacts excavated from the tomb, including a statue of Anubis. Carter left London, England, to chase his dream of assisting in the...

  2. Wael Ghonim Leaving Google To Help With Egypt's Reorganization

    Wael Ghonim embodies the youth who constitute the majority of Egyptian society -- a young man who excelled and became a Google executive but, as with many of his generation, remained apolitical due to loss of hope that things could change in a...

  3. Sayed Darwish Famed Egyptian Musician Gets Google Doodle

    While Google employees have had a hand in the overthrow of the despotic Egyptian government last month, Google chose an interesting Doodle - the birthday of the composer of the National Anthem - as the country holds a referendum this Saturday to...

  4. Guillermo González Camarena Inventor Of Color TV Gets Google Doodle

    With all of the claims that Google is engaging with the protests for freedom in the Middle East - two of their employees were active in the Egyptian overthrow of the government - it would have been nice to see Google use this Doodle to also...

  5. A True Social Revolution: Egypt President Mubarack Steps Down

    The Egyptian government tried to curtail the protest efforts by blocking all access to the internet and workarounds were created - including one from Google. In an interview "after his release from an Egyptian prison, the Google executive Wael...

  6. Egypt PM: Missing Google Exec. To Be Released Today

    Wael Ghonim, Google Middle East and North Africa Marketing Director, who has been missing since January 27th, is expected to be released today, following a statement by Egyptian Prime Minister. Earlier in the day, Naguib Sawiris, a prominent...

  7. The Search Engine Report June 3, 2002 - Number 67

    An Egyptian Stumper for Google -- Or Is It? A "simple" query that seems like a no-brainer for Google turns out to be an excellent illustration of why you can't find "everything" on the Internet and even when you can, the "answer" may not...