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Google's Doodle Celebrates Diversity At The Olympics

Google’s new doodle takes aim at Russia’s anti-gay laws, with a rainbow Olympics logo greeting users who need to search the web.

Google's Doctor Who Platform Game Doodle: A Perfect Weekend Time Sink

This weekend is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who’s first appearance on the small screen, and Google has chosen to celebrate it with a wonderful multi-level platform game.

Today's Google Doodle Is An Awesome Alien Point-And-Click Adventure

Is there life out there in the universe? 66 years ago today, mankind may or may not have been visited by extraterrestrials in a little town called Roswell. Google is marking the day with a fantastic point-and-click game in your browser.

Here Are The People Behind Google Doodles

Google Doodles are the Cracker Jack prizes of the Internet, the digital back of the cereal box, a quirk that humanise the giant search company. And it’s funny because the Doodles themselves exist in a sort of mysterious world — they pop up one day and then disappear. Very few people know about the process of creating Google Doodles. Well, here are the humans of the Google Doodle team talking about doodling.

Google's Freddie Mercury Doodle Is A Kind Of Magic

Google’s homepage doodles just keep getting better. Today’s Google is in honour of Freddie Mercury’s 65th Birthday, and it’s awesome.

Google Honors Les Paul With A Recordable Guitar Doodle

Google created an interactive doodle that commemorates legendary guitarist Les Paul who was born on this date (June 9) in 1915. The doodle is a virtual guitar that lets you play a tune and save it for posterity. You can use your keyboard or mouse to compose your ditty. [Google]

What Is Google's Holiday Doodle?

In a goal to end the year with a bang, Google’s Doodlers have drawn up a creative, artsy doodle for this year’s holiday season. It’s 17 interactive portraits of holiday scenes around the world and took six months of work.

The Spooky Pac-Man Anniversary Coincidence

This morning, the internet was delighted to find Google celebrating Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary with a playable doodle of the game. But in a freaky coincidence, some Firefox users are being haunted by ghostly music from the very same game. [BryanSchuetz]

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