Vote for your favorite Google Doodle!

If you’ve Googled anything today and if you wern’t in a huge hurry, you may have noticed the Doodle4Google contest going on and your opportunitiy to vote for your favorite future Google Doodle.

What is a Google Doodle?  Google Doodles are the fun, artistic, variations of the Google logo that you see on holdiays and other special days like the recent mother’s day doodle:

Now Google is holding a contest for children to design the next Google Doodle.  Elementary-High School students nation-wide have participated in this contest to be the next Google Doodler and Google is asking the public to cast their vote for their favorite Google Doodle.

I think this is genius on a number of levels, not to mention the massive free pub Google is getting off this, as if they need it.  But I love the Google Doodle.  And I think these kids’ submissions are pretty darn cool, too. 

So if you want to check out the contest CLICK HERE


3 Comments Add yours

  1. alece says:

    oooh – i hadn’t heard. i went over and voted. some of those were pretty incredible

    i’ve always loved the fact that google changes their logo up… very creative.

  2. Richard says:

    A student in my son’s class (Sameek Das) became a finalist so he created a blog to support the campaign…

    Voting ended last night so now he’s dying to find out who won. He’s so excited about the fact that his school is involved in the contest.

    He’s also curious about the “colorful” comments being made about the entry drawing. It appeats that people are associating the drawing with the fact that Samek and the school are in Boulder, COlorado.

    I told him that it’s the 1st ammendment in action!..

  3. noactive says:

    Vote for your favorite Google Doodle! .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.

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