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Merriam-Webster gets spicy and political with new dictionary words

Our favorite dictionary-turned-Twitter-wise-guy is back with fresh insights into our crazy, crazy times. SEE ALSO: Monday's Google Doodle is an ode to English lexicographer Samuel Johnson Merriam-Webster is expanding its vocabulary list with over 250 new words and definitions. Show More Summary

Your City Never Looked this Pretty!

3 days agoArts : Yanko Design

Your City Never Looked this Pretty! On the one hand you’ve got Google Maps, a symbol of accurate satellite imagery and functionality, and then you’ve got doodle maps, that make you marvel...

Amalia Hernandez, the revolutionary Mexican dance pioneer, gets a Google Doodle salute

SOME DANCERS find their mastery by executing step after step in the studio. For Amalia Hernandez, the crucial pivot toward becoming a dance legend and cultural icon required countless steps to the far corners of her country. In such movement, she found her revolutionary muse. Today, on the centennial of her birth, Google celebrates Hernandez […]

Samuel Johnson's birthday

One of yesterday's Google Doodles commemorates Samuel Johnson's 308th birthday:  

Google Doodle bows to Mexican dance pioneer Amalia Hernandez - CNET

The founder of the world-renowned Ballet Folklorico de Mexico created dozens of dances that brought Mexican culture to the world.

Google Doodle bows to Mexican dance pioneer Amalia Hernandez - CNET

The founder of the world-renowned Ballet Folklorico de Mexico created dozens of dances that brought Mexican culture to the world.

Johnsonian gleanings

(Scott Johnson) I think we have a bone to pick with Google, but I am grateful for the Google doodle reminding us that today is the anniversary of the birth of Samuel Johnson. On the occasion of the 300th anniversary last year, Alan Jacobs...Show More Summary

Monday's Google Doodle is an ode to English lexicographer Samuel Johnson

Light the candles, word nerds: It's lexicographer Samuel Johnson's 308th birthday. In celebration, Monday's Google Doodle honors Johnson, known best as writer of A Dictionary of the English Language, published in 1755. Image: googleShow More Summary

Google Doodle honours Australia's only Nobel Prize winner in chemistry

Google's new Doodle may look like a bunch of items you'd find in your high school science class, but all those cartoon beakers are in celebration of Sir John Cornforth, Australia's only Nobel Prize-winner in chemistry.  Cornforth died just four years ago, just one year after his wife, scientist Rita Cornforth, passed away. Show More Summary

Google Doodle pays animated tribute to Russian singer and the ‘Mr. Trololo’ meme

IT MIGHT best be described as “the Russian Rickroll.” And now, Google’s new Doodle pays tribute to both the man and the meme. It was four decades ago that the Russian singer Eduard Khil stepped onto a mustard-and-ochre stage, in matching shiny attire, and warbled “trololo” for the camera. And it was about eight years […]

Google honors 'Mr. Trololo' Eduard Khil with his own lovely doodle video

Is this the best Google Doodle ever? If you like trolling people, you'll probably think so. Russian singer Eduard Khil has been immortalized today, on what would have been his 83rd birthday, in a brand new Google Doodle. The Soviet-era...Show More Summary

7 of Google’s best birthday Doodles

Google Doodles are the company’s way of paying tribute to special occasions, international tragedies, and the birthdays of important historical figures. Google has created some of its best and cleverest Doodles to honor birthdays. Here are some of our favorites. Show More Summary

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