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Google Doodles Creative Awesomeness

I am a die-hard Google lover. I love EVERYTHING GOOGLE! I have studied the company in great detail, but one of my favorite “creative awesomeness” that Google creates are the Google Doodles. 533 more words

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Google Doodle celebrates Freud (I don't)

I’m not a big fan of Freud; in fact, I’m not even a tiny fan. He regarded psychoanalysis as a “science”, but it was really a pseudoscience, designed as a self-contained, airtight system of explanation rendered immune to disconfirmation by its slippery acolytes and its ability to explain everything—thereby explaining nothing. 291 more words

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Google Doodle honors Jane Jacobs

Often the Google Doodles honor someone I don’t know, but that’s all good because those form Teaching Moments. Today’s Doodle, honoring the 100th birthday of Jane Jacobs (she died in 2006), is one of these (click on the screenshot to go where the Doodle goes): 161 more words

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Google Doodle: Teacher's Day

Today, May 3rd, is Teacher’s Day. Google has honored this day with a cute animated doodle. It takes a special person with a calling to become a teacher. 362 more words

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Google Doodle celebrates National Teacher Appreciation Day

Although I no longer teach at my own University, as a secular Jew (i.e., one who needs love and approbation, which explains why so many comedians are Jewish), I will claim that I’m included in the group being celebrated today by Google. 105 more words

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Ripples on an Ordinary Day

Monday Morning Musings:

 “To any one who, for the first time, sees a great stretch of sandy shore covered with innumerable ridges and furrows, as if combed with a giant comb, a dozen questions must immediately present themselves.

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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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