May 26, 2008, - 9:26 pm

Google vs. Memorial Day; Check Out the Moving Tribute to Our Fallen . . .

By Debbie Schlussel
. . . @ The World According to Carl.
Also, Loren Baker of Search Engine Journal asks, why doesn’t Google honor Memorial Day?
That’s a great question, given the fact that Google honors Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day, Earth Day, etc? You’d think that the country that made so many Google-ionaires and those who died to protect the right to Google would at least merit a drawing of a lowered American flag or the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the Google search engine.
But you would be wrong.

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2 Responses

Google should have honored Memorial Day. Everyone is noticing. Americans have died so that the Google people can be gazillionaires, but they don’t respect that.
I hope that MSN or YAHOO! offers Google some competition. Google has a monopoly on information, and that’s very dangerous. I use Google Adsense, and my revenues once went from $20 a day to 1 cent. No one explains why.

barrypopik on May 27, 2008 at 3:19 am

Google did use a Memorial Day logotype in 2007. I collect them as I see them. Google did not, however, commemorate Memorial Day 2008. Whether this is deliberate, oversight, or some other act, I can’t say.

Secret_Ingredient on May 27, 2008 at 12:03 pm

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