Googley Kippot

Sep 4, 2012 • 8:01 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

Googley Kippot

Googler Erica Joy reshared a picture from Zev Mo Green who posted pictures of Googley knitted yarmulkes on Google+. A yarmulke, aka kippa, is something traditionally worn by Jewish males on their heads. These yarmulkes are knitted up in a Googley way.

As you can see, they are designed for Google+ and Chrome and Chrome Beta.

Zev lives in Teaneck, a very saturated modern Orthodox Jewish location where modern designs on Kippot are common.

I personally wear a kippa but they are branded as RustyBrick Kippah, and they come in many flavors, heck, I even tried an LED one.

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Comments:

Praveen Sharma

09/04/2012 12:12 pm

"I personally where a kippa" - Is there any typo error here in this sentence -"where"?

Barry Schwartz

09/04/2012 12:15 pm

Thanks, fixed.

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