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Old 07-22-2011, 07:12 AM   #1
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Default Been to Google today?

Have you been to Google today?

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Go. Now.

We'll wait for you.

   
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Old 07-22-2011, 08:10 AM   #2
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Have you been to Google today?

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Go. Now.

We'll wait for you.
Ooh — lovely. Thanks.

   
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Old 07-22-2011, 09:07 AM   #3
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And later I noticed the shadow. Neat.
And even later ... if your browser supports it, you can be the wind. Push the sculpture this way and that. ExtraNeat.

   
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I think Calder would have loved it...I've been playing with it for 10-15 minutes...pushing it this way and that...'-}}

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Addictive, isn't it?

Apparently if your laptop or phone has accelerometer support, it wiggles as you tilt the device. iPad folks? How about ya?

   
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Cool one!

Had me chasing over to the archive pages and noticing that interactive logos like the Les Paul aren't live there. Nor can you play the Charlie Chaplin homage. Sad ...

   
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Same old same old here. Sigh.

   
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Double click on it and .....

   
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Stumbled across and interesting article in the Christian Science Monitor about this...

"This is Google’s first doodle made entirely using HTML5 canvas, so you need to use a modern browser to interact with it," Wierzbicki explains. "

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No archived Les Paul? Dang ... that's a shame.

   
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