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It is arguably the most elegant Google Doodle yet. The folks at Google celebrate what would have been pioneering dancer/choreographer Martha Graham's 117th birthday with a beguiling short animation by motiongrapher Ryan Woodward .. The Temple City High School student was invited to the Big Apple by Google after she was selected as a finalist of the Doodle 4 Google contest. Ruth is one of 40 finalists whose suggested designs for the Google. Recent Google Doodle's have offered up animation and video, but today's doodle reverts back to a static image with good reason: it celebrates what would have been Roger Hargreaves' 76th birthday. While the name may not be familiar to everyone,. Clayton Phillips, a sixth-grader at Briarwood Elementary in the Shawnee Mission School District, emerged as a finalist in the Doodle 4 Google design competition from among 107000 entrants. The competition asked young artists to design an image that. Justas Varpucanskis, 7th grade, answers students questions during an assembly announcing he is one of the 40 finalists in the Doodle 4 Google contest at Mokena Junior High School at 19815. In case you missed it yesterday, here are all the Google Doodles celebrating what would have been the 76th birthday of popular children's author Roger Hargreaves, creator of the Mr Men. Featuring 16 characters. Google, of course, didn't forget. On Sunday (May Cool, the site displayed a doodle that looks like a letterpress greeting card and, when clicked, lists Mother's Day-related search returns. After you get your mom squared away, it's wroth a look for. Photograph from AP Before the brunches, before the gifts and greeting cards, Mother's Daytoday honored with perhaps the ultimate Internet accolade, a Google doodlewas a time for mourning women to remember fallen soldiers and work for peace.. World's fair exposition of 1851 in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park is celebrated with a Google doodle. The first world's fair exposition, the Great Exhibition, which happened 160 years ago, is celebrated in the latest Google doodle.. Recently, it was revealed that Google obtained a patent for its popular homepage doodles, covering \"systems and methods for enticing users to access a Web site.\" For more on Google's doodles, see the slideshow below. For more from Chloe, follow her on.

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