Google Honors the Memory of 9/11 With a Tiny Black Ribbon
Funny, on days like a birthday of 207th birthday of Christian Friedrich Ludwig Buschmann, Google will change it’s entire platform to honor that birthday. Not to disrespect Mr. Buschmann’s contributions to society, it goes to show what Google’s priorities are. If you go to Google today, you will find a tiny black ribbon on the bottom… It may be a bit hard to see:
Compare this to how Google changed its entire page back on Valentines Day of this year:
So let’s leave a tiny ribbon to remember the one of the most tragic days in American history. But let’s use our page to celebrate interspecies love.
One of the reasons I try to use Google as little as possible.
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