Google Chooses Diego over D-Day

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Google honored Diego Velasquez with its first Fine Arts logo instead of the standard Google Doodle. We don’t know exactly what this means in the grand scheme of things. Do you?

If you figure it out, let us know.

We do know the Baroque artist was born and baptized this day in 1599, so it’s not a 500 year anniversary or anything.

Most people would have loved to see a D-Day Google logo, excerpt perhaps some Germans.

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