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Ada Lovelace honoured by Google doodle

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Mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron left legacy as role model for young women entering technology careersGoogle's latest doodle celebrates the 197th birthday of Ada Lovelace, the 19th century mathematician and daughter of romantic poet Lord Byron.Often described as world's first computer programmer, Lovelace showed a keen interst in mathematical...
Ada Lovelace honoured by Google doodle

Douglas Adams's life celebrated by Google doodle

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Search page filled with references to events and characters in writer's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of booksThe life and work of science fiction and comedy writer Douglas Adams has been marked by a Google doodle.Adams was probably best known for the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, which started...
Douglas Adams's life celebrated by Google doodle
Index Shows iOS Programming Language Now In Top 3 As Mobile Development Booms

Bing Maps Trip Planner Finds Gas and Parking Along Your Route [Maps]

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Why use Bing Maps over Google? Bing's Map Apps provide some fairly intriguing reasons. Among them are map add-ons that show the best parking spots and cheapest gas along your route and around your destination. More » Bing - Searching - Search Engines - Google - Microsoft...
Bing Maps Trip Planner Finds Gas and Parking Along Your Route [Maps]

Google doodle celebrates Frank Hornby, model railway creator

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Briton born 150 years ago in 1863 was also the inventor of Meccano and Dinky ToysThe birth of one of the world's greatest inventors of toys is celebrated with a Google doodle featuring trains, tracks and other model railway paraphernalia.Frank Hornby, the inventor of Hornby model railways, Meccano and Dinky...
Google doodle celebrates Frank Hornby, model railway creator

Google doodle celebrates British archaeologist

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Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mary Nicol, who discovered the first fossilised skull of an extinct ape.The 100th anniversary of the birth of British archaeologist Mary Leakey is celebrated with a Google doodle depicting her at work on a dig.Leakey was born on February 6, 1913...
Google doodle celebrates British archaeologist

Herman Melville's Moby-Dick celebrated by Google doodle

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Search engine marks anniversary of initially neglected masterpiece's publication in Britain in 1951One of the great classics of American literature Herman Melville's Moby-Dick has been celebrated in the latest Google doodle.The search engine's tribute to Melville's best known work coincides with the 161st anniversary of the novel's first publication in...
Herman Melville's Moby-Dick celebrated by Google doodle

Bram Stoker books celebrated in Google doodle

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Irish novelist who created the best-known vampire in literary and film history was born 165 years agoGoogle's latest doodle celebrates the 165th birthday of Bram Stoker, the Irish novelist and short story writer best known as the creator of Dracula, despite writing 19 books.Born in Dublin in 1847, Stoker studied...
Bram Stoker books celebrated in Google doodle

Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

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Real-time search is very different from regular search. After studying about 1 million queries on real-time search engine Collecta, researchers at Pennsylvania State University came to the conclusion that - relative to regular search - users of real-time search engines tend to search less for adult topics and focus more...
Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

Major Social Media & Search Engine Relationships

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Adding real-time search and social search to the mix in the search engine world has created a number of new opportunities for marketers that want to do a better job of reaching customers. With new data sharing announcements happening fairly regularly, it can paint an interesting picture when you lay...
Major Social Media & Search Engine Relationships

Tour de France 2013: Google doodle honours the 100th Tour

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• Google Doodle celebrates 100th staging of the Tour• Animation features cyclist pedalling a bicycleGoogle has celebrated the start of the 100th Tour de France with its latest Google Doodle on its homepage.The doodle depicts a cyclist with a distinctly Gallic moustache wearing Le Tour's famous maillot jaune, his little...
Tour de France 2013: Google doodle honours the 100th Tour

Maria Sibylla Merian honoured by Google doodle

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Search engine marks 366th anniversary of birth of German artist-naturalist known for her book on the insects of SurinameGoogle's latest doodle celebrates the anniversary of the birth of of Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), a German who was one of the greatest artist-naturalists of her time and who is regarded as...
Maria Sibylla Merian honoured by Google doodle

Alan Turing honoured with Google doodle

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Interactive version of computing device celebrates 100th anniversary of birth of Enigma codebreakerA functioning Turing machine, a representation of a computing device, is the latest Google doodle, which celebrates the birth of Alan Turing on 23 June, 1912.A Turing machine is a device that manipulates symbols on a strip of...
Alan Turing honoured with Google doodle

Father's Day celebrated in Google doodle

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Search engine creates doodle in honour of event created in early 20th century by American Sonora DoddGoogle has celebrated Father's Day by creating an animated version of its logo in tribute. It depicts the E from the logo covertly deploying a robot to deliver a mug bearing the logo '#1'...
Father's Day celebrated in Google doodle

6 Reasons Why You Should Read Engage by Brian Solis #smartersocmed

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via briansolis.com Brian Solis’ book is out and instead of just megaphoning “GO BUY HIS BOOK!” I’ll give you six reasons why we should…well, GO BUY HIS BOOK!  Brian is thorough and shares invaluable information. His posts normally answers the five Ws (who, what, when, where, and why) and takes...
6 Reasons Why You Should Read Engage by Brian Solis #smartersocmed

Robert Doisneau Google doodle marks his birth centenary

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Famous French photographer's landmark shots adorn search engine's homepageHis photographs once adorned the walls of student residences everywhere but now on the centenary of his birth, 14 April, Robert Doisneau, the French photographer, is himself the latest subject of Google's homepage, the Google doodle.Doisneau was born on 14 April 1912...
Robert Doisneau Google doodle marks his birth centenary

GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

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By itself, task manager GQueues is pretty handy—a list-oriented task manager with sub-tasks, due dates, assignments, tagging, and other neat features. But its integration with Google sign-in, Calendar, and Google Apps make it more than just another to-do app. More » Google - Search - Search Engines - Google Apps...
GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

Saul Bass's film titles celebrated in Google doodle

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Designer of famed credits for Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese gets elaborate animated tributeGoogle has marked the birthday of Saul Bass with one of the search engine's most elaborate "doodles" yet - an animated sequence based on his designs for film title credits, film posters and corporate logos.Bass, who died...
Saul Bass's film titles celebrated in Google doodle

London underground's 150th birthday celebrated in Google doodle

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Search engine's six letter name spelt out on map of tube, which opened in 1863A Google doodle in which the search engine's six letter name is spelt out in the shape of a London underground map has been created to celebrate the 150th birthday of the tube.The first underground journey...
London underground's 150th birthday celebrated in Google doodle

The Future of Peer Review

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This guest post was written by Richard Price, founder and CEO of Academia.edu — an online community that revolves around researchers and their work. Instant distribution Many academics are excited about the future of instant distribution of research. Right now the time lag between finishing a paper, and the relevant...
The Future of Peer Review

Akira Yoshizawa celebrated by Google Doodle

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The man considered to be the grandmaster of origami would have been 101 todayThe grandmaster of origami, Akira Yoshizawa, has had his paper folding skills celebrated as a Google Doodle to mark the 101st anniversary of his birth.Japanese-born Yoshizawa is credited with turning origami from a children's pastime into a...
Akira Yoshizawa celebrated by Google Doodle

Miriam Makeba's birthday commemorated in Google doodle

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South African-born civil rights campaigner and singer performed at John F Kennedy's birthday party in 1962The birthday of Miriam Makeba, the late singer and civil rights campaigner, has been commemorated with a Google doodle.Makeba was born in Johannesburg on 4 March, 1932. In 1960, the South African government cancelled her...
Miriam Makeba's birthday commemorated in Google doodle

Amelia Earhart's birthday celebrated in Google doodle

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American aviator - the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic - was born in Kansas on 24 July 1897An image of a Lockheed Vega 5b is currently adorning Google's homepage to celebrate the 115th anniversary of the birthday of the American aviator, Amelia Earhart.Earhart flew the plane from...
Amelia Earhart's birthday celebrated in Google doodle

Latest Chromium build testing search box right on new tab page

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The Chrome team has announced a new addition to the Chromium (beta version of Chrome) browser this afternoon, changing the way many users will search for content online via Google and other search engines. Google is testing/experimenting with an added search box to the new tab page — a...
Latest Chromium build testing search box right on new tab page

Spring equinox Google doodle heralds change of season

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Search engine puts Marimekko design on homepage to mark end of winter and beginning of spring in northern hemisphereGoogle marked the vernal equinox, or the first day of Spring, using a doodle based on a design by Marimekko, the the Finnish textile company famous for its bright, bold prints.Spring has...
Spring equinox Google doodle heralds change of season

Halloween celebrated with Google Doodle

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Interactive doodle animates some spooky happenings on a scary streetGoogle has marked Halloween with an interactive doodle that animates some spooky happenings on a street where assorted ghouls and other creatures are brought to life by users clicking on four front doors.The inhabitants behind the doors, including a central one...
Halloween celebrated with Google Doodle

St David's Day celebrated in a Google Doodle

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Wales's national day honoured search engine giant by image of red dragon in a fioeld of daffodilsGoogle is celebrating St David's Day with a doodle depicting a cartoon red dragon romping in a field of daffodils.The latest animation on the search engine's home page marks the Welsh patron saint's day,...
St David's Day celebrated in a Google Doodle

Nicolaus Copernicus celebrated in Google doodle

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Astronomer whose heliocentric theory of the universe triggered a revolution in scientific thinking was born on 19 February 1473Google's latest doodle celebrates the birthday of Nicolaus Copernicus, the astronomer who transformed our understanding of the solar system and is best known for his theory that the sun and not the...
Nicolaus Copernicus celebrated in Google doodle

Mies van der Rohe's Google doodle

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Google cartoon pays homage to pioneer of modern architecture whose designs dominate American city centresGoogle's latest doodle pays tribute to one of the pioneers of modern architecture, Mies van der Rohe, who was born 126 years ago on Tuesday.He died 42 years ago, but his steel and glass buildings can...
Mies van der Rohe's Google doodle

Winsor McCay celebrated with Google Doodle

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Doodle recreates the adventures of Little Nemo from the illustrator's comic stripsGoogle has celebrated the 107th anniversary of Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland with one of the search engine's most elaborate doodles ever.The doodle recreates the adventures of the main fictional character from the illustrator's comic strips, which first...
Winsor McCay celebrated with Google Doodle
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