Posted by: rbrianphillips | May 27, 2014

No Google Doodle on Memorial Day = Lack of Respect & Appreciation

This was Google’s response in 2008 to the question concerning why they don’t create a Google Doodle for Memorial Day, something they haven’t done since. That seems like a pretty weak excuse for not observing a holiday that commemorates the men and women who made it possible for Google’s founders to become the billionaires they are, without government overreach. But, more importantly, it defies logic when they have created doodles for Jordan’s Independence Day or Hungarian ¬†Revolution Day, days that celebrate freedom from oppression where loss of life was the high price paid.

 

2008 Google Response

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