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TODAY, as Google celebrates Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann, at the core of the salute is a theme that’s been a home-page constant in more recent months.Like elsewhere at the California tech titan, Team Google Doodle has sought a greater...Show More Summary
Click on today’s Google Doodle that sits atop its search results — a little exploded drawing of the planet — and you’ll be taken to a list of results telling you all about Inge Lehmann. Google’s automated algorithm says it’s her 127th birthday today, although we suspect she’s dead. So that’s fact #1. Read more...
Inge Lehmann, a Danish Seismologist and geophysicist that discovered that the Earth has an inner and outer core, is being honored Wednesday by Google with an animated Google doodle on what would be her 127th birthday. The latest animated...Show More Summary
Google Doodle celebrates the 127th birthday of Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann (1888-1993) who discovered the Earth's inner core. In 1936, she postulated from existing seismic data the existence of an inner core with physical properties distinct from the outer core's and that Earth's core is not a single molten sphere. The Presurfer
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And their children
Mother’s Day 2015 is a day to celebrate not only people, but also baby animals and their mothers, those amazing relationships in the animal world that inspire and move us. Google is honoring mothers today with a Google Doodle that celebrates all kinds of mothers, and focuses on baby animals and their mothers. Show More Summary
Karen O paid tribute to Nellie Bly with a quaint, endearing song that accompanies today's Google Doodle celebrating what would have been the 151st birthday of the pioneering investigative journalist, adventurer, industrialist, inventor and activist. Katy Wu's animation chronicles Bly's remarkable career, which began when she wrote a fierce retort, published under the pen...
The Doodle was dedicated to Bly t o honor her legacy of tireless advocacy for women, the working class, and marginalized people everywhere.
Karen O has done something very Karen O, casting her very lo-fi solo tendencies outwards to produce the first… Read More
Today’s Google Doodle honors the 151 st birthday of Nellie Bly, a woman who proved that stunt journalism isn’t always a bad thing. The remarkable Bly (whose real name was Elizabeth Jane Cochran) embodied gumption—she famously traveled the world in 72 days, for instance. Show More Summary
In the world of muckraking journalism, Nellie Bly is the equivalent of the computer science pioneer Ada Lovelace -- a woman who helped invent her craft, and who did it better than the men who achieved more fame for similar work decades and centuries later.
One hundred and fifty-one years after her birth, Google is honoring American reporter Nellie Bly in an original ditty of a doodle penned by singer-songwriter Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Continue reading ? The post Nellie Bly honored in Karen O penned-Google doodle appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Karen O wrote an original song for today’s Google Doodle honoring the 151st birthday of groundbreaking investigative journalist Nellie Bly. Most of the song is concerned with chronicling Bly’s 72-day trip around the world in emulation of Jules Verne’s famous tale, and the whole thing is accompanied by a charming animated video showing off her […]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer and Google celebrate 151st birthday of Nellie Bly.
Today's Google Doodle features a tribute to the pioneering female journalist Nellie Bly, who would have been 151 years old today. The animation features a short original song by Karen O, the first to be written for a Google Doodle. "Oh,...Show More Summary
TODAY, to celebrate the life and writings of the pioneering reporter Nellie Bly, Google delivers its most artful musical Doodle ever.And in saluting the globe-trotting journalist who was a true American original, Team Google Doodle commissioned...Show More Summary