On President's Day, Google Without Doodle But Bing, Yahoo & Ask.com Have

Feb 17, 2014 • 8:02 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

This should come as no surprise, because I don't think Google ever had a special Doodle or logo for the President's Day holiday. Today is no different, Google.com in the US is bare, with a simple Google ordinary logo. There is no mention of the US national holiday, President's Day on Google whatsoever.

That doesn't mean other search engines aren't making a mention of the holiday.

Yahoo has an animated logo for the day:

Yahoo President's Day

Bing has a nice theme with Mount Rushmore:

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Ask.com has a nice theme as well:

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Dogpile is going with the Winter Olympics right now.

See our President's Day logo archives in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 - I think I missed 2013.

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Comments:

Lizmay

02/17/2014 05:38 pm

Google is anti-American.

Danny

02/17/2014 08:04 pm

Thats why google has made a doodle for every 4th of July/Independence Day, they are so anti-american right? Why do they even base their company in Mountain View, California if they are so anti-american. It is not google's responsibility to make presidents day known to the world, they do not have to do it if they don't want to, it does not make them any less patriotic. You are anti-american for having prejudice for people/groups that don't celebrate a holiday that you do. Simple as that.

Durant Imboden

02/17/2014 08:28 pm

Sorry, but "President's Day" isn't even a national holiday in the U.S. The federal holiday is called "Washington's Birthday," which used to be celebrated on February 22 (George Washington's actual birthday). A Google "President's Day" doodle would honor a holiday name thought up by ad agencies and corporate marketers, and a Google "Washington's Birthday" doodle would simply cause confusion because--in most years, including this one--February 22 isn't the third Monday in February.

Mike

02/17/2014 09:10 pm

Danny, first rule of the internet: Don't feed the Trolls.

ashutosh rajput

02/18/2014 12:56 pm

it's Google's overconfidence

T'omm J'Onzz

02/19/2014 11:14 pm

no, Google is anti-human.

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