Picture this: you're in math class, daydreaming, doodling, and whatnot, when you realize something very important - your teacher is actually pretty hot. Naturally, you google him, only discover a treasure trove of his shirtless, Speedo-rocking Instagram photos, as well as a bio that states he's actually a male model on the side. Show More Summary
Monday’s Google Doodle honors mathematician Emmy Noether, because there ain’t no party like an 133 rd birthday party. Noether made important contributions to theoretical physics and abstract algebra, in spite of the rampant sexism in...Show More Summary
Google Doodle today marked the 133rd birthday of prized mathematician Emmy Noether. Born in Erlangen, Germany in 1882, Emmy Noether has been heralded for the invaluable contributions she made to group theory as well as theoretical physics. Show More Summary
Why isn't the Emmy Noether Google Doodle being shown worldwide? (+video)Emmy Noether contributed to major advancements in both physics and mathematics, subjects that shunned women.By Lisa Suhay, Correspondent MARCH 23, 2015Monday's Google...Show More Summary
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A celestial trifecta welcomes in the change of seasons
Did you know that more than 2 million people apply for jobs at Google each year? So how in the world are you going to stand out? Lisa Vertudaches, an illustrator and animator in Adelaide, Australia, came up with a pretty brilliant answer. She used Google Doodle to create a 50-second animated video to supplement...
Get out your green clothes and let the Guinness flow
TVNewser: Diane Sawyer is celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music. Please alert your grandparents. GalleyCat: Google created a Google Doodle to celebrate Anna Atkins’ 216th birthday. Google is getting desperate. LostRemote: If you’re a cord cutter, you’re likely a cord cheater.
Google has created a Doodle to celebrate Anna Atkins’ 216th birthday. The botanist became well-known as the first to incorporate photographic illustrations in a book. According to TIME.com, Atkins self-published Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions in 1843. Show More Summary
SET AGAINST that bright Prussian blue background, like alabaster ballerinas of sun and light and frozen movement, Anna Atkins’s subjects still beguile like some botanical dance.It takes a special eye to stage a portrait “sitting” for kelp, and then lend to it the art of composition. Show More Summary
Atkins' seminal book is considered the first to use photographic illustrations
The SPARK movement is aiming to put women on the map. After the non-profit noticed that Google’s daily doodles featured women only 17% of the time, they reached out to the tech giants. Google agreed with them, and the two have worked together to feature more history-making women. Show More Summary
As specialty stand-in artwork, Google doodles serve as a sort of informal day calendar for the entire Internet. They are used to celebrate historical events, famous birthdays, groundbreaking inventions, and pretty much anything elseShow More Summary
"But the boss rejected our idea and changed the image. The new caption says, 'You deserve special care.' I saw Google's today, and I just feel sad."
The March 8 celebration began in the United States in 1909
AUTHOR’s NOTE: Three minutes ago, I poured hot water over a Nissin “Souper Meal” of instant ramen. The goal of this article is to inform readers so efficiently that they can finish this article before, finished myself, I’ve set down my chopsticks. —M.C.Read full article >>
Google search logo today sports the Holi festival observed in India. The Google Holi... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]
Post by Liz Alterman. If you logged on to search for something on Google this morning and found yourself staring at today's doodle scratching your head, you're probably not alone. Just who is that cute old guy surrounded by yummy noodles?...Show More Summary