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  1. Saul Bass Google Logo Celebrates Master of Movie Title Sequences

    Google honors iconic graphic designer Saul Bass in today's Google Doodle. Psycho" (Hitchock, 1960) which also appears are part of the initial Google Doodle, before visitors press play. The Doodle, which is actually a video, recreates some of Bass...

  2. Animated “Little Nemo in Slumberland” Google Doodle for Comic Strip Anniversary

    Today marks the 107th anniversary of illustrator Winsor McCay’s iconic comic strip, Little Nemo in Slumberland. An HTML5 synthesizer users could play and use to record songs from the homepage, in celebration of Bob Moog’s birthday.

  3. Clara Schumann Google Doodle Celebrates German Pianist & Composer

    Brahms looked up to Clara, an iconic composer in her own right, though his music tends to be remembered and celebrated more than hers. Schumann, once a great pianist himself, could no longer play. The Doodle shows Schumann playing piano with her...

  4. Valentine's Day 2012 Google Doodle Animates Tony Bennett's ‘Cold, Cold Heart’

    It is set to "Cold, Cold Heart,” written by the legendary Hank Williams and performed by iconic American pop/jazz/show tunes singer Tony Bennett. Pressing the Play button launches the video within Google's homepage, which starts with a boy...

  5. Local Search: Where's the Love?

    This will happen as prices continue to drop and the iconic device is sold in all Wal-Mart locations (no kidding). This will play out as sexier and user-friendly devices (and falling prices) continue to bring smart phones closer to mainstream...

  6. Google Image Search Hosts LIFE Image Archive

    The images from the iconic magazine are also available through Image Search. A framed 1938 photograph of Katharine Hepburn on the set of the play "The Philadelphia Story" (yes, the play not the movie) will run you $79.99.