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  1. Valentine’s Day Ferris Wheel Google Doodle Searches for a Perfect Match

    Like many recent Google Doodles, today's Ferris Wheel logo is interactive. Google rolled out two different Doodles in 2009. While this one appeared in the United States, Canada, and few other countries:

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

    Just as barbecues and fireworks have become tradition on this date, so too have holiday Google Doodles. More Google Doodles Happy Fourth of July to all of our readers in the United States! Today, Google has checked in with its 13th Independence Day...

  3. Google Designs S.R. Crown Hall Doodle for Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

    Google has previously honored other architects with Doodles, most recently Sir George Gilbert Scott last July. A year after a historic meeting with Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies emigrated to the United States in 1938 to head the Armour Institute, which...

  4. Google to Protest SOPA on Home Page Tomorrow

    Generally, Google’s trademark bare home page has only been used to celebrate significant birthdays and events with Google Doodles, or to promote Google features, such as Google Offers or the addition of a blue arrow to call attention to the...

  5. Google Doodle Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Google has also added some notes on the two most recent Doodles on their newly revamped Google Doodles website. Day in the United States, is honoring the holiday and legacy of the preacher of nonviolent activism with a special Google Doodle.

  6. Google Doodlers Pay A Call On Charles Addams' 100th Birthday

    After some of the Doodles from last year, should it have been more interactive? Born January 7, 1912, in Westfield, New Jersey, Addams spent most of his life in Northeast United States - attending Colgate and the University of Pennsylvania, which...

  7. Is Diego Rivera Google Doodle a Nod to the 99%?

    There is plenty of hidden depths and artistic allusions in previous Doodles and today's is no different, as detailed in this excellent critique from the Washington Post. According to PBS, the mural he designed for Henry Ford "depicted industrial...