No Google Chanukah Decorations In Search Results

Dec 10, 2012 - 8:38 am 6 by
Filed Under Misc Google

Every year, Google posts decorations in the search results for the holiday season. This week, starting last Saturday night, Hanukkah started. But if you search Google for [hanukkah] or [chanukah] you typically would see the search results dressed up with decorations.

Typically banners of Jewish stars, or dreidels or menorahs to symbolize the holiday.

But this year, there are no decorations.

Here is the decorations from the past years:

2011:

Google's Chanukah Decorations

2010:

click for full size

This dates back to 2005! But nothing today or this week, at least not yet.

Happy Chanukah to those who celebrate it!

I should note, if you search for [festivus] you get the pole:

festivus google pole

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Help.

 

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