Doodle4Google 2015. “to be announced...”September 2015
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Doodle 4 Google Announces Audrey Zhang of New York as the 2014 Winner!
Today, June 9, 2014, when you log onto your Google Web browser, you are going to see Audrey's #Doodle4Google animated. Another thing that you may find amazing is that Ms. Zhang of New York State helped the Doodle4Google team when it came time to figure out animation for the display.
Whenever you log onto Google today, remember that an eleven year old student was the inspiration and genius behind this particular doodle. Encourage students to excel and make a big difference.
Thank you Audrey, and Thank you Doodle4Google Team!
Doodle 4 Google 2014 Winner - 11-year old Audrey Zhang of New York!
Doodle4Google 2014 Announces New U.S. Student Wins! 11-year old Audrey Zhang of New York!
Winners from all 50 States have been chosen, now it is up to you to vote on which Doodle will be chosen June 9, 2014 for the Doodle 4 Google page of 2014
Arkansas has a winner in the K-3 group. The students seemed to focus on the environment. A majority state that protecting all living things on our planet, including water systems will make the world a better place.
Support our students, check out their artwork, and give them a vote.
Doodle4Google 2014 theme is "“If I Could Invent One Thing to Make the World a Better Place...”" This contest was open to all US Students K-12th Grade. Google will be accepting submissions until March 20, 2014.
The Final National Winner of 2013 was Sabrina Brady, Wisconsin
The Winner for Arkansas 2013 was "My Best Day Ever is Under the Sea" by Madeleine R, Homeschool, AR [8-9]
There are many winners, as each State will have winning artists selected in each grade.
The main prize winner gets a $30, 000.00 College Scholarship for his or herself, and a $50, 000.00 Technology grant for their school. Their school will win some other cool prizes.
2014 Doodle 4 Google Winner - Poland
2014 Doodle4Google Submission are now being accepted.
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2014 Theme is "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place..."
Doodle 4 Google Logo tm / Google Team tmClick thumbnail to view full-size
2014 Doodle4Google - Looking at back at 2013
What is a Google Doodle? Where is it found, and what it has to do with you?
The daily artwork displays updates made to the Google dot com Homepage every day are Google Doodles.
This idea was inspired in 1998 when the second O in Google was made into The Burning Man. Unlike most companies who keep the same Logo, the same for 20, 50 or 100 years.
Google would break another mold. In 2000, and an intern (now a webmaster), Dennis Hwang created a Logo for Bastille Day. The founders were so pleased with the results, that Dennis was appointed Doodle Master. At first, the Google Logo was changed to correspond to mainly popular holidays and events.
Today, the Logo changes almost daily to correspond world events, memorials, weather, and happenings. These are called Google Doodles.
For Google users and fans, it is fun to open up the Google window each day, and see a different Google Doodle featured.Some are interactive, and some are games.
Now, we will be on the look-out for the Doodle 4 Google contests seeking student participants.
Doodle for Google, honors Les Paul
Doodle for Google leaves interactive guitar up for days
The Les Paul, Interactive Doodle 4 Google, the week of June 9, 2011 is a Doodle 4 Google Interactive guitar. This Doodle is in honor of Les Paul. Celebrities, like Lady Gaga, along with over 10,000,000 others playing Interactive Guitar, have been such a big hit, it was left up an additional day! Fun.
In defense of Doodle 4 Google's request to Children for Social Security numbers for participants in the Doodle4Google
It is amazing when some organization, group or company does philanthropic work, they are bombarded, criticized, and jumped on without any real investigation. What? Is doing good works considered bad?
- It is tax law that any person who can win $15,000.00 be willing to abide by US Tax Law.
- That would necessitate a Social Security number. Even if they are a minor.
- Any contest that pays out over $5,000.00 must withhold 28%, and they need a taxpayer ID number.
- To enter this possible $15,000.00 prize, a contestant, even a minor must submit a Tax ID. It is not shocking or exclusive to Google.
We may be mad at Google for something else, but let's not merge the two issues. Doodle 4 Google is a unique and cool program that needs to grow and be recognized for its ingenuity.
Student, art and winners
If you do not qualify as a student, or this announcement is too late...there is still a way to submit your Google Doodle
Please send your Fan - Google Doodle in to email@example.com
They have many fans send in Logos. Do not expect to be paid, but it is possible your logo will be published. Good Luck with your Submissions.
Students, make sure you follow the link to Doodle 4 Google, and Download your Application, follow the rules, and Register Now..
Google Labs and other Google platforms, are valuable tools...
Google.com is the search engine that I use. I have been "Googling" for research for over 5 years, I am an effective Google user. Easily entertained, a researcher, and ever curious, the changing Google Doodles have kept me guessing for a long time.
Before I started a Google.com e-mail account, I dabbled with a few of the Google Lab products, and then an acquaintance turned me on to Google Documents (Google Documents which has been changed to Google Drive). I found out I could create Spreadsheets, forms, Documents, and Power Point Presentations, with a G-mail account, using Google Drive.
There are also bonuses to using G-mail, namely that there is unlimited storage, free Information and Long Distance Information, and Google Call.
When I started my first Blog Spot Blog in 2006, and signed up for Ad Sense. I found so much information and help from the Google Forums, staff and on-line personnel who are invested in the Google Community, and are happy and willing to help.
This means for anyone who is willing to learn, and can find some adventure and fun, can become a small part in growing Google. A Village venture. Google Labs, and other Google Platforms, Videos, and Webinars are valuable tools for the on-line writer/publisher.
Just like this Doodle 4 Google Contest, this is fun, and offers opportunities for school age kids to express themselves, and be an instrumental part of the village as well. Thank you Google, for all you do.
Google Doodle, Doodles Animation
Doodle around with GoogleClick thumbnail to view full-size
Doodle4Google - rules for 2014
Do not delay, go to the Doodle 4 Google link, and download an application today. A parent or guardian must assist a Doodler/Student in submitting their Doodle.
- Watch the YouTube video posted below
- Check out prior year winners
- Make sure you follow the rules
- Submit your Doodle 4 Google before March 20th 11:59 EasternTime (it must be received by Google by March 20, 2014; before midnight.
- There is only ONE ENTRY per ENTRANT
- You must have the official Doodle 4 Google application
- Check the rules for uploading, emailing, and mailing your hard copy, or over-nighting your entry