Google celebrates important holidays by creating artwork including motion called "Doodles."
For example, here's how they celebrated Nepal Republic Day 2018:
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.google.com/doodles/nepal-republic-day-2018"> Google </a></span>
This is the Doodle that the artists at Google designed for Mother's Day earlier this year:
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.google.com/doodles/mothers-day-2018-algeria-bolivia-dominican-republic-france"> Google <a></span>
The Royal Wedding looked like this:
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.google.com/doodles/royal-wedding-2018"> Google <a></span>
Google's Doodles can't be embedded, but they all have some sort of animation within them so that the user can see a mini-movie sometimes, depending on the holiday. To see the Google archives of their Doodles, <a href="https://www.google.com/doodles"> click here</a> should do the trick.
Each year Americans are interested, in anticipation, on what the company will choose to do for Memorial Day, but are always disappointed to see that they never change the logo at all.
Instead, they put something small underneath the Google logo. Last year they placed a microscopic American flag with a little yellow ribbon on top of it.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="http://www.breitbart.com/milo/2016/05/31/googles-disgraceful-memorial-day-dodge/"> Breitbart >a></span>
If you weren't looking for it, you'd miss it. Even though the Google organization is biased towards the leftist politics, you'd think they would try and dig deep to find some sort of respect for the American soldier who gave his or her life for freedom. Surely, liberals can muster a bit of sympathy and respect for soldiers one day a year.
But alas… they can't.
This year wasn’t much different. They put a link underneath the Google logo:
<a href="https://ibb.co/ccnzNd"><img src="https://thumb.ibb.co/ccnzNd/13322024_CF26_4_E0_D_933_E_EFCED7_FD5_AF7.jpg" alt="13322024_CF26_4_E0_D_933_E_EFCED7_FD5_AF7" border="0"></a>
<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.google.com/?client=safari&channel=iphone_bm"> Google <a></span>
They did put a lot of energy into celebrating Sam Selvon’s 95th Birthday.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.google.com/doodles/sam-selvons-95th-birthday"> Google <a></span>
Today we celebrate the 95th birthday of novelist, poet, and playwright, Sam Selvon. Born to humble beginnings in rural south Trinidad in 1923, his East Indian heritage and West Indian upbringing would greatly shape his future identity as a writer.
Selvon started writing during his spare time while working in the oilfields, serving in the Royal Naval Reserve, and writing for newspapers and literary magazines. In his early twenties, he wrote and published several short stories and poems in his native Trinidad. However, it was his move to England in 1950 which set the stage for his career to blossom.
Drawing from his personal experiences as an immigrant, Selvon published his pioneering novel “The Lonely Londoners” in 1956. In it, he gave the unique Caribbean creolized English, or "nation language," a narrative voice of its own on an international stage. “The Lonely Londoners” was later followed by two more London-based novels: “Moses Ascending” (1975) and “Moses Migrating” (1983), both of which continued the saga of Caribbean immigrants and their experiences in London.
Today’s Doodle by guest artist Jayesh Sivan depicts Selvon and other members of the Caribbean migrant community set against the backdrop of London, which served as the inspiration and setting for much of his works.
Happy birthday, Sam Selvon!
Google should ask itself, would it exist if not for those who sacrificed all for America?
Would the advances in technology have happened strictly in the civilian world? The same technology that resulted from military hardware that eventually enabled Google?
Would the co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin, a Russian immigrant, have even been born, or would his family have joined the millions of Russian civilians that perished in World War II?
Google should be celebrating American values and those who died to safeguard them.
<b>By: Lexy </b>
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