Every day, Google commissions some art work to decorate its search engine page. This artwork is called a Google doodle. Originally, it was a welcome novelty to celebrate some famous person’s birthday, a holiday, a historic event, the joys of the season etc. They often customised it for each country.
|Google Doodle for St. Patrick’s Day|
However, over the years the art has become ever more kitsch and infantile, appealing primarily to 3 year olds. Now it has evolved an irritating and distracting gif animation that interferes with using the search engine.
|Google Doodle for World Cup|
I have asked Google to give visitors the option of:
You can submit your ideas for future Google doodle artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org. You might like to add your voice to my complaint about animated gifs. Animated gifs are only for the cheesiest sites. I suggest putting something very specific in the subject line. They are probably bombarded with spam.
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