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Oskar Fischinger Google doodle honoring the filmmaker & visual artist doubles as musical instrument

To mark what would have been Fischinger's 117th birthday, Google has designed a digital instrument that lets users create musical compositions. The post Oskar Fischinger Google doodle honoring the filmmaker & visual artist doubles as musical instrument appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Summer solstice 2017 Google doodle marks the longest day of the year

To celebrate today's summer solstice, Google has brought back the animated mouse featured in its spring solstice doodle in March. The post Summer solstice 2017 Google doodle marks the longest day of the year appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Father’s Day 2017 Google doodle brings back the cactus family from Mother’s Day

Google's Father's Day doodle shares the same cactus-themed artwork that was used for its Mother's Day doodle in May. The post Father’s Day 2017 Google doodle brings back the cactus family from Mother’s Day appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Susan La Flesche Picotte Google doodle pays homage to first American Indian to earn her medical degree

Google is giving the public health advocate known as "Dr. Sue" prominent placement on their home page on what would have been her 152nd birthday. The post Susan La Flesche Picotte Google doodle pays homage to first American Indian to earn her medical degree appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Google doodle doubles as video game for Cricket fans

To celebrate this week's ICC Championship tournament, Google designed a digital game of crickets playing... cricket. The post ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Google doodle doubles as video game for Cricket fans appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google logo goes green to promote the company’s first official environmental report

Today's animated Google logo leads to 72-page report outlining Google's commitment to environmental sustainability. The post Google logo goes green to promote the company’s first official environmental report appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Josephine Baker Google Doodle honors Jazz Age icon & highlights her civil rights work

Born on this date in 1906, Baker was one of the most photographed women of her time. The post Josephine Baker Google Doodle honors Jazz Age icon & highlights her civil rights work appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Gilbert Baker Google doodle celebrates LGBT-rights activists & creator of the iconic rainbow flag

In honor of Gay Pride Month, Google has adorned its LGBT-related search results with rainbow flag imagery. The post Gilbert Baker Google doodle celebrates LGBT-rights activists & creator of the iconic rainbow flag appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Zaha Hadid Google doodle honors first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize

Born in Iraq, Hadid studied art and architecture at the Architectural Association in London. The post Zaha Hadid Google doodle honors first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Richard Oakes Google doodle honors activist who championed rights of the American Indian

Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Oakes organized peaceful demonstrations aiming to give American Indians the right to control their lands. The post Richard Oakes Google doodle honors activist who championed rights of the American Indian appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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