Search Engine Commemorate Earth Day 2006

Apr 28, 2006 - 7:52 am 2 by

Earth Day was this past Sunday and there was a ton of news and blog buzz on the search engines being creative with their engines on that day however, there were no threads in our forums. Today, I finally noticed a thread at DigitalPoint Forums about the special day. The thread creator notes which engines made an effort for Earth Day and which did not - also asking you to comment on which you find to be your favorite.1) Google google-earth-06.gif

2) Yahoo! yahoo-earth-06.gif

3) ask-earth-06-s.gif View Large Image

3) Dogpile dogpile-earth-06.gif

4) MSN (no change) does its standard Google Doodle and link to a search. Yahoo! does a simple but nice logo change, but links to a special, protal-like, earth day page. redoes the whole homepage, most drastic change - like they did with St. Patrick's Day and links to a search. Dogpile, goes nuts as normal. MSN does nothing, as normal.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.


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