Google Does and Doesn’t

by | April 21, 2014

According to the Friendly Atheist, some Christians think Google posted an anti-Christian Google Doodle on that so holy of holy days: Easter Sunday. One Christian, sisserydoo, complained that he felt like a “2nd class citizen to have my religion ignored while others are honoured” because Google did not celebrate Easter but posted its regular Doodle:

FSznrPSHowever, those who feel literature is more important than Easter are very pleased with Google UK today because

Google Doodle celebrates Charlotte Brontë’s [198th] birthday with scene from Jane Eyre:


Charlotte Brontë’s 198th Birthday

Charlotte Brontë, the English novelist, poet and the eldest of the three Bronte sisters who lived into adulthood, has been celebrated with a Google Doodle depicting her most famous novel, Jane Eyre. . . . The Google Doodle appears to depict Jane Eyre fleeing Rochester’s residence ‘Thornfield’ after their abortive attempt to be married.

Google knows what’s important: Charlotte Brontë and her novel Jane Eyre, which

remains one of the most popular British novels, ranking at number 10 on the BBC’s survey The Big Read.

3 thoughts on “Google Does and Doesn’t

  1. Diana MacPherson

    I feel left out because Google didn’t post about my special invisible friend wahhhhhhh!

    Ok, that was mean. I’m in a bad mood today.


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