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Google Doodle marks 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, end of slavery in US

Google Doodle marks 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, end of slavery in US

Video Doodle highlights Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the US. Google Juneteenth, an annual holiday celebrated every June 19, marks the end of slavery in the US. Also known as Freedom Day or Jubilee Day, Juneteenth is a state holiday or special day of observance in 48 US states, and major companies …

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Fargo 3D Printing helps entrepreneurs take their designs from napkin doodle to prototype

But this spring, the business at 2222 Seventh Ave. N. garnered some national attention from an unlikely source. Schneider and his business partner, Jake Clark, were enlisted by Good Housekeeping to print custom cookie cutters for the magazine’s April 2019 issue. The cookies were featured on the cover. Inside, readers found the recipe and a …

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Who is Junko Tabei and why is she on Google Doodle?

Google Doodle has certainly peak-ed people’s curiosity about Junko (Picture: Getty Images) Checking what the Google Doodle of the day is has become a fun habit for most computer users. Whether educational or entertaining (or both), they take months to create, but leave a lasting impression. Today’s Doodle celebrates a pioneering woman in mountaineering, Junko …

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SearchCap: Google’s latest algorithm update, local SEO myths & the Mary G. Ross doodle

Amy Gesenhues is Third Door Media’s General Assignment Reporter, covering the latest news and updates for Search Engine Land and Marketing Land. From 2009 to 2012, she was an award-winning syndicated columnist for a number of daily newspapers from New York to Texas. With more than ten years of marketing management experience, she has contributed …

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Gerda Taro, first female war photographer, featured in film Google doodle

Google is honoring, Gerda Taro, the first female war photographer that worked on the front lines with a special Google logo. The doodle captures Gerda Taro on a black and white film strip. Gerda Taro died while on the front lines shooting the Republican army retreat at the Battle of Brunete of the Spanish Civil …

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María Rebeca Latigo de Hernández, Mexican immigrant rights activist, gets a Google doodle

The Google logo on Google’s home page in the United States, Mexico Argentina, Chile, Peru, Singapore, and Uruguay celebrates the life and achievements of María Rebeca Latigo de Hernández. María Rebeca Latigo de Hernández was a Mexican-American rights activist who fought for the rights of Mexican immigrants. She was born in San Pedro Garza García, …

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Helen Rodríguez Trías Google doodle honors physician who fought for women & children’s right to healthcare

Today’s Google doodle pays tribute to Dr. Helen Rodríguez Trías, a physician, educator, and staunch advocate for women’s and children’s right to healthcare. Originally from New York City, Trías and her family moved to Puerto Rico when she was still a child. She earned her medical degree from the University of Puerto Rico’s medical school, …

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Google’s July 4th doodle highlights most-searched-for recipes by state in the US

The Fourth of July is tomorrow, but Google has uploaded its Independence Day doodle on the Google US home page a day early. The doodle showcases some of the most-searched-for recipes broken down by state. Google used Google Trends to build this year’s doodle. When you click on the play button on the doodle, you can drill …

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, German philosopher gets a Google doodle

On Google’s home page today is a special Google logo, a doodle, for the Germany polymath and philosopher – Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. He was born 372 years ago in Leipzig, Germany on July 1, 1646. His most notable accomplishment according to Wikipedia was “conceiving the grand ideas of differential and integral calculus independently and simultaneously …

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