Google Toys: Penguin & Panda

Apr 30, 2012 • 7:42 am | comments (11) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

Google Penguin & Panda

Is this poor taste? Google's Matt Cutts tweeted a Instagram picture saying "a couple stuffed animals in our office at work." The picture is of a stuffed Panda and a Penguin sitting together.

What do you think?

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Comments:

Jason Duke

04/30/2012 11:54 am

They may be cute but have you seen the tools they use just over their shoulder?

Paul Chaloner

04/30/2012 12:38 pm

Bolt cutters and stuffed toys, signs that Google are not warming to the SEO industry after all...

Scott Boyd

04/30/2012 03:11 pm

 I get the panda.  I get the penguin (although still loathed to accept that as an industry, we're OK with it).  But when did Google buy Batman?

Uri Lederman

04/30/2012 04:26 pm

I love the Panda,  Love the Penguin  and love the fact that He/She is wearing Batman.. :-)  I am assuming it is a he..

cutey

04/30/2012 10:17 pm

The Panda has an official badge, but the Penguin is just like freestyling?

Steven Smith

05/01/2012 01:29 am

Google sickens me....They are ruining lives as we speak. Let's not be delusional.

Steven Smith

05/01/2012 01:31 am

I agree......Google's hypocrisy is sickening. This company has NO problem indexing websites that are clearly questionable, material that children have easy access to, sites filled with certain pictures and barely any written content. But Google claims they want quality....I cant see their logic.

Gad_H

05/01/2012 12:50 pm

Totally! They are all cheerful about their last updates, as if they are the bomb. Lots of good sites got hit and people might need to look for new jobs now.

donthe

05/01/2012 05:57 pm

Yes, it's poor taste,  he seems completely self-absorbed with his shiny new algorithm with no regard for the devastation he has created. Narcissistic. "Those with narcissistic personality disorder believe that they're superior to others and have little regard for other people's feelings."  I would hope the person in charge of Google's search algorithm would be mentally healthy, considering how many business rely on Google traffic.

Sydneymove

05/04/2012 06:19 am

EVERYBODY LETS GO MICROSOFT BING Google must be stopped the future withthis monopoly is grim. How long before google start a google (your business) Such as "Google clean" Where Google them selves take the leads and sell the leads to you ?

Sydneymove

05/04/2012 06:22 am

We are all at fault here. We should have never have bought into their free products etc. They are too powerful now and hard to stop.Google were fined $25,000 for privacy issues, well thats less that a roll of toilet paper in comparison.

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