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For Mother's Day, Google has unleashed a new, interactive doodle to greet its search engine users. This continues a tradition begun with the simple Burning Man stick figure in 1998, created as tongue-in-cheek method to alert users the company founders would be out of the office to attend the festival. Since its inception, the doodle has grown progressively more complex, to the delight of Google users.
Favorites include the recent trippy ode to film icon Saul Bass, and possibly the most popular doodle to date, the addictive Pac-Man, which consumed both pellets and work hours as 2010 users celebrated the 80's throwback. Check out the 2013 Mother's Day doodle, and catch up with all of Google's past efforts.
Note to Bing: yes, an image of polar bears cuddling is cute, but you're gonna need to step it up.