Could this BE any stranger?
What a woman.
Who knew you could use Google to play Lego? (H/T this Imgur post).
You might not get any more work done today.
They teamed up with the organization SPARK to make female history more visible.
Caught red-handed by the all-seeing eye of Google.
This American Life's Ira Glass tells BuzzFeed about the radio-inspired stories gracing today's Google homepage, as well as his own Valentine's Day plans.
Prepare to waste some time.
“La Reina de la Salsa," the Queen of Salsa, had 23 gold albums and a plethora of hit songs that brought salsa to the world stage.
Happy birthday, Léon Foucault.
The man trusted by Scorsese and Hitchcock to illustrate their films is remembered. Here's round up of the best quotes, clips and celebrations.
Google says its doodles are meant to "celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists."
Genius, playboy, daredevil. Google celebrates the innovator's 197th birthday with a lovely doodle.
Google let the Olympics take over their popular "doodles" for the duration of the summer games. Here is every one of their artistic takes on the events in London. Some are even playable!
Animal DJs throw down the sickest beats and phattest jams. No contest.
In honor of it being the 78th birthday of Robert Moog, creator of the Moog, Google's latest doodle is a playable mini-moog. Goodbye, productivity for today!
A logo contest is being held by Google for grades K-12. They have reached their regional finalists and here are a few. To view more and vote for your favorite Click Here.