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  1. Interactive 4th of July 2013 Google Doodle Takes You on a Road Trip Across America

    It's Independence Day in the U.S.which observes the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Google then sends users to a search for [When is Independence Day? America has celebrated every July 4th for 237 years.

  2. 4th of July Google Doodle Was Made For You and Me

    Today, Google has checked in with its 13th Independence Day themed logo celebrating America's birthday. Happy Fourth of July to all of our readers in the United States! Just as barbecues and fireworks have become tradition on this date, so too have...

  3. Google Unveils Dart to Compete with JavaScript in All Browsers

    GOTO is an international software development conference that strives for independence from vendors. Developers beware, there's a new scripting language for client-side Web programming. Designed for quick prototyping and compatibility across...

  4. Google Doodle Celebrates Malaysian Independence Day

    Malaysian Independence Day, or Hari Merdeka, was celebrated in Malaysia today, Aug.and Google added to the celebration with a Doodle on their Malaysia search page. Symbolically at midnight August 31, 1957 in the newly constructed Stadium Merdeka...

  5. Yahoo Ranks Best Fireworks For Fourth of July

    Two east coast cities top the list - which seems fair given much of the revolution for independence started around them. Searches for firework locations get a big play leading up to the Fourth of July in the United States and Yahoo has included...

  6. Google Celebrating Children and Children's Stories With Doodles Worldwide

    The Grand National Assembly of Turkey was established on April 23, 1920, during the Turkish War for Independence. Google Doodle logos are popping up in various Google sites around the world. While they are all different, they share a common theme...

  7. Liverpool FC Fans Invited to Enjoy a Pint with Citizen of Red Sox Nation at SES London 2011

    So, sometimes our sports columnists and reporters are much tougher on John Henry than he deserves -- just to demonstrate their journalistic independence. Bollocks. This lead me to read the accounts of the same story from the other side of the pond...