[I figured I’d better get out there and………DIG SOME UP! Who’s WITH me?] Oh, and this JUST in from the Smithsonian’s National Zoo; [Note: Obligatory Google doodle link for Earth Day: “Which Animal Are You?” -Ed.]Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Meerkats
This Earth Day marks the 15th year that Google has created some kind of special logo to mark the occasion. As you can see below, the creativity has really blossomed as Read More The post Google Earth Day Doodles – 2015 Edition appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Edward Norton. Image via Flickr User David Brossard Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day. To celebrate this well-intentioned day of days, Edward Norton found out he is a pangolin. Jared Leto—a wooly mammoth. Clicking on today’s Google Doodle...Show More Summary
What better way to celebrate? The Google Doodle today celebrates Earth Day with a quiz that asks, "Which animal are you?" via abcnews.go.com
Wednesday, April 11, is Earth Day — that special time of year when we should all think long and hard about how we're treating our home planet. To celebrate, Google released an interactive Doodle, which is really a quiz that determines...Show More Summary
You can search Google for answers to all kinds of animal questions: What does an aye-aye eat? Where do narwhals live? How long is a toco toucan's beak? And this Earth Day, you can turn to Google for the answer to something that you’ve...Show More Summary
Google is celebrating Earth Day with an Earth Day quiz and an original Google Doodle. The quiz, titled “Earth Day: Which Animal Are You?,” consists of five questions. What are you up to on a typical Friday night? (Alone in my burrow,...Show More Summary
Google is celebrating Earth Day by launching an interactive doodle that turns into a quiz, through which you can find out which animal you closely resemble.
It comes with a nifty little quiz
Google has an unexpected doodle for Earth Day. It's an animated doodle that sends you to a search results page for [earth day quiz]. Google tries to answer the question: "which animal are you?". You are asked 5 questions like "What are...Show More Summary
Google is celebrating the 81st anniversary of the publishing of the surgeon's photogragh, the iconic image of the Loch Ness Monster.
IF THEY build it, we will come. Again and again, for at least eight decades, because such is the churning power to want to believe.Today, Google offers what would be one of the more baffling Doodles in its history — if you didn’t know the story behind the famously grainy ’30s photo that persists like a bigfooting cultural icon.Read full article >>
Fans can search for the monster on Google Street View
The first letter was delivered within the continental United States this week in 1860, thanks to the Pony Express. According to the Washington Post, the first Pony Express mail pouch arrived at its Sacramento, California destination a mere ten days after leaving St. Show More Summary
There once was a time before Gmail
The latest Google Doodle video game celebrates the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express. You ride across America, collecting letters. To play, click the Google logo at google.com. It’ll take you about a minute. More back-story about the Pony Express and the five developers who made the game here. Read more...
Google celebrates the Wild West in its latest Google Doodle.
The Pony Express, the horseback mail service that helped connect the East and West coasts of the United States in 1860 and 1861, completed its first delivery exactly 155 years ago today. To honor the occasion, Google put a nifty Doodle...Show More Summary
SADDLE UP and surrender those work hours — it’s time to horse around.To celebrate the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express today, Google has created an interactive video-game “Doodle” that’s now running (and running) on the search engine’s home page.Read full article >>
ON WHAT OTHER day can Kathmandu be transformed into Pac-Man-du?For pictorial fun, Google isn’t just transporting viewers to the Eiffel Tower (via today’s Doodle). To mark April Fools’ Day, the tech titan is turning the world into a classic arcade game.Read full article >>