Google's Labor Day Flag & Bing Bees

Sep 3, 2012 - 8:19 am 16 by
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Today is Labor Day in the United State of America - most people do not work today, so I will likely not blog much today. That being said, I always find it interesting to see which search engines put up logos or mentions of Labor Day on their home page.

Google doesn't do a Doodle, they rarely do, but they do put up an American flag.

Google's Labor Day Flag

Bing typically does something more American, but not this year. Instead, they have a bee hive image and make a small mention about Labor Day in one of the hot spots on the image (I enlarged that hot spot so you can read it):

This image has been removed because of fear of being sued over copyright...

Ask.com also typically has something but this year, at least nothing at 8am EDT this morning. DogPile is bare, as is Yahoo, and many others.

We have a Labor Day theme, as we normally do, here:

Labor Day Search Engine Roundtable

Happy Labor Day everyone!

 

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