In honor of International Women's Day, Google is paying homage to women all over the world with a doodle. Today's doodle is a collage of videos featuring unique and diverse women all saying, "Happy Women's Day," in their respective languages. Show More Summary
Today's Google Doodle celebrates International Women's Day with a video celebrating women around the globe — including two openly trans women. Featured Image: read more
Google's doodle team says it struggled to decide how to properly honor women from around the world
Today's Google Doodle is a video celebrating International Women's Day, which is marked each year on March 8 The Doodle is not yet available on Google's homepage in the United States, but it displays in the UK, New Zealand and Australia, among other locations. Show More Summary
“I love that one open-ended Doodle 4 Google theme can inspire so many thousands of drastically different and wild entries,” Google artist and judge Sophie Diao tells The Post. Read full article >>
A group is calling for Google to feature more female historical figures in Google Doodles.
Or should we say dude-les? (Ugh, sorry, couldn’t resist.) Fully 62 percent of the Google doodles in the last few years have been white dudes, according to a report released by SPARK Movement today. The girl-led media advocacy org called on Google to ensure their doodles reflect the “the diversity of the world we live [...]
Thu February 27, 2014 Girls' Demands: Give Us More Goodle Doodles Like Us By VITAMIN W Staff Google Doodles are like appetizers of facts and knowledge. With just a preview of history, many of us want more and then read up on the fun animations and sketches that pop up on homepages throughout the world. But nothing is perfect. Show More Summary
SPARK, a “girl-fueled activist movement to demand an end to the sexualization of women and girls in media,” has crunched the numbers on the different types of Google Doodles that the company has published each year since 2010, and the results are kind of depressing. Show More Summary
On Thursday, the SPARK Movement released a pie chart that revealed that over the past three years, the majority of Google Doodles featuring people on Google's homepage were of men. Responding swiftly, Google said they were aware of the issue and hoped to have men and women represented equally in 2014. Read more...
The 112th birthday of John Steinbeck was celebrated Thursday with a Google Doodle dedicated to his work. Born in Salinas, Calif., Steinbeck was a college dropout who won a Nobel Prize for literature in 1962.
Google is celebrating what would have been John Steinbeck’s 112th birthday by highlighting some of his most popular works in
Google has created a Doodle to celebrate John Steinbeck’s 112th birthday. Throughout his writing career, Steinbeck penned many beloved works including East of Eden, Of Mice & Men, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning title, The Grapes of Wrath. To this day, Steinbeck is a widely respected and read author. Show More Summary
Amid the criticism of sexism in Silicon Valley, Google’s idiosyncratic list of doodle honorees is coming under fire for overlooking women's contributions to world history.
Novelist John Steinbeck would have been 112 on Thursday and to mark the occasion, Google has created an engaging, interactive doodle for its search homepage that highlights some of the author's most memorable works. Born in 1902, Steinbeck...Show More Summary
Today’s Google Doodle is one big, interactive birthday card to Pulitzer Prize winning author John Steinback, who would have turned 112 today. After clicking on the Doodle, users get transported to a click through animation that highlights his greatest works, starting with The Grapes of Wrath. Show More Summary
What do Mahatma Ghandi, Big Bird, Michael Jackson and existential Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard have in common? All four are in the elite club of public figures who’ve been honored with a Google doodle, the quirky tributes that surround the Google search bar. Show More Summary
Scarborough teen doodles all over your search engine, but you won't mind. Unless you’re a time traveller from 1998 and use Dogpile as your search engine, there’s a good chance you’ll visit Google today. There, you’ll see a Google Doodle...Show More Summary
In the Bay Area, where Silicon Valley's private-shuttle ingenues are a nightmare vanguard to low-income residents in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods, Google has taken the unprecedented step of directly leasing office space in one such area: San Francisco's Mission district.