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Google Doodles honor Claude Shannon and Hertha Marks Ayrton

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the birthday of Claude Shannon in 1916 (died 2001), called the “father of information theory,” but also the father of digital circuitry, which uses binary zeroes and ones (he’s juggling them above) to design electrical switching circuits. 517 more words

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22nd April 2016: Unusual way of celebrating Earth Day

Today is 22nd April, which is the Earth Day.

Google actually created bunch of creative and nice doodles for this theme! Good job, Google! :D… 324 more words


Google Doodle for Prince

It didn’t take Google long to put up this gif in honor of Prince, who died today. If you click on the original you’ll go to this page.


Google Doodle: Olympic Games

This year the 31st annual summer Olympics will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5 to August 21. The Google Doodle for today is celebrating the first modern Olympic games, held in Athens, Greece in 1896, 120 years ago. 146 more words

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Tell Again Tuesday Google Doodles

Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

This is the site that you can find all the various Google doodles. 29 more words


Google Doodle from India

This Doodle (click screenshot to go to page), has been up in India for at least two days:

Well, you know what that means: something’s going on with the national sport. 244 more words


Google Doodle celebrates Clara Rockmore and the THEREMIN

Today is the 105th birthday of Clara Rockmore (1911-1988), a woman you’ve probably never heard of. But she was the greatest virtuoso of the theremin… 302 more words