Sunday, December 22, 2013

Kudos to Google

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Google has been criticized in the past, for not commemorating certain US patriotic holidays in their Google Doodle logo at their search engine.

But, I was pleasantly surprised to hear on this AM's Fox News Sunday, that Google has contributed $250,000 to Morrill Worcester's “Wreaths Across America” which honors our nation’s veterans by placing wreaths on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery.

Credit where credit is due. Good on you, Google!

Cross posted at LCR

5 comments:

  1. I thought it fitting, since they get criticized for what they don't do, that they should be praised for what they do, when it is deserved. Fair and balanced, don'tcha know?

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  2. This is good news. Google is my favorite search engine, so I am happy to see they did something right on the culture front -- for a change.

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  3. And when people do the right thing, I like to spread the word. I hadn't seen it anywhere else.

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