Memorial Day Commemorated: & Search Engine Roundtable

May 28, 2007 • 11:34 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News

Today is Memorial Day, and as a result, the search engine has recognized the holiday. There's no indication that Google and Yahoo have done anything in their logos to commemorate the day, which we've covered in the past. It appears that they will not be showing any commemorative logos, similar to last year and the year before.

The site has a mention of Memorial Day as a day of remembrance. In 2005, they featured a silhouette of a butler blowing a trumpet. Memorial Day 07

We also are celebrating in weather-appropriate skies (until it rains, at least) with red, white, and blue.

Memorial Day 07 Theme for the Search Engine Roundtable

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Michael Jensen

05/28/2007 07:20 pm

Thanks for flying your colors today! I'm surprised Google didn't do anything, they hit all sorts of holidays, even birthdays of famous people. Not anyone more important than those who served and gave their lives for our country. Even if they are concerned with being such a global site, why not just serve it up to the US or .com visitors? Way to go and Roundtable!

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