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Marco Pedrazzoli
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Technology enthusiast, Android user since 2009 and Google lover; Nexus is not a brand, it's a lifestyle! I share news of technology, Android (Nexus in particular), gif/jpg & more fun. I like drawing strange things and putting them on t-shirts. I don’t have, never had and never will have a Facebook account.
Technology enthusiast, Android user since 2009 and Google lover; Nexus is not a brand, it's a lifestyle! I share news of technology, Android (Nexus in particular), gif/jpg & more fun. I like drawing strange things and putting them on t-shirts. I don’t have, never had and never will have a Facebook account.

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Xiaomi Crimson Typhoon Redmi Note 4 (SD) - MIUI Global Stable 8.1.15
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This Doodle's reach United Kingdom.
Legend has it that he rode to the town of Silene in Libya on a white horse, saved a princess from her untimely end, and slayed a dragon in one fell swoop. Today, that Roman soldier is remembered on St. George’s Day.

In 1415, St. George’s Day was pronounced a national feast day and holiday in England. In modern times, he’s commemorated with parades and dancing and the waving of flags. His insignia, a red cross against a stark white background, became England’s flag, and is omnipresent at English football, cricket and rugby matches.

Our Doodle captures the magic of St. George as he courageously crusades against the mighty dragon, surrounded by boughs of beautiful roses. The illustration is by guest artist Marina Muun, whose colorful, fanciful work has been featured The New Yorker, Smithsonian Magazine, Wrap Magazine and V&A, among many others.

www.google.com/doodles/st-georges-day-2017
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This Doodle's reach France country.
Today in France, voters head to the polls for the first round of the presidential election. French citizens will choose from 11 candidates — a record-breaking number. If no candidate wins a majority (the typical outcome), a second round of voting will take place in May.

www.google.com/doodles/france-elections-2017-part-1
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This Doodle's reach Turkey country.
Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day connects two important pieces of history; it’s when the Grand National Assembly of Turkey convened for the first time in 1920; and when the Turkish Republic’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, dedicated the fledgling Republic to the children who would inherit it.

Happy National Sovereignty and Children’s Day, Turkey!

Illustrated by guest artist, Ipek Konak

www.google.com/doodles/national-sovereignty-and-childrens-day-2017
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Happy Earth Day 2017!
Today, we honor the rich, vast Earth that’s sustained generations before us and continues to nurture life and inspire wonder. At an estimated 4.543 billion years of age, the Earth is still the only known object in the Universe known to harbor life. It’s also the densest planet in the Solar System and the largest of the four terrestrial planets. That’s quite an awe-inspiring roster of qualities, if you ask us.

Today’s Doodle follows the story of a fox who dreams about an Earth that’s been polluted and adversely affected by climate change. The fox wakes with a startle, and urgently starts making small lifestyle changes to care for the Earth. Along the way, the fox enlists friends – including Momo the cat, and Google Weather’s favorite frog – to join its quest to protect and nurture the environment.

To combat things like coral bleaching and pollution, the three eco-rangers are inspired to take action such as eating less meat, carpooling, and unplugging unused electronic devices. That’s some heroic work for tiny animals!

Celebrating Earth Day on Google Search

But the Earth Day celebration doesn’t end there! By clicking beyond the Doodle to Google Search, you’ll find easy Earth Day tips to help you do your part in saving our planet, including supporting critical conservation efforts such as wildlife conservation with World Wildlife Fund, coral reef conservation with The Ocean Agency, and rainforest conservation with The Jane Goodall Institute.

Whatever you do today, we hope you’re able to take a moment to savor and cherish this boundless, stunning Earth that we inhabit.

www.google.com/doodles/earth-day-2017
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La produzione cinematografica di Star Wars è arrivata sulle rive del lago di Misurina, pronta per girare una parte delle immagini che caratterizzeranno lo spin-off Red Cup dedicato alla figura di Han Solo.

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here it is, my new Mark-4 Chinese Jaeger XD
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This Doodle's reach Thailand country.
Today's Google doodle is celebrating Kaimook Chuto’s 79th birthday, the first female sculptor of Thailand.

www.google.com/doodles/kaimook-chutos-79th-birthday
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April 18, 2017 - As both an entrepreneur and an advocate for microlending, “Auntie Ocloo” worked tirelessly to help others like her succeed. Esther Afua Ocloo had only six shillings to her name — less than a dollar — when she made and then sold her first jar of marmalade as a teenager in the 1930s.

Esther was determined to expand her livelihood of making marmalade and orange juice, but she needed a loan to increase production, and credit was hard to come by for poor women. It took persistence and a supply contract to secure the money to start her company, Nkulenu Industries.

After traveling to England to learn the latest techniques in food processing, Esther returned home and shared those skills with other Ghanaian women. Perhaps more importantly, she taught them everything she knew about starting and running a business, which put more money in their pockets. She made such an impact that in 1975 she was invited to the first U.N. World Conference on Women.

Esther and other advisors knew that lending money to women could have a ripple effect, improving the prosperity and health of the women as well as their communities. But because they lacked collateral, low-income women were often ignored by banks. So in 1979, Esther helped found and became Chairman of the Board of Directors of Women’s World Banking, which provides millions of low-income women with the small loans needed to reach their financial goals.

On what would have been her 98th birthday, today’s Doodle shows Esther empowering the women of Ghana with the tools to improve their lives and communities.

This Doodle's reach Argentina, Australia, Chile, Ghana, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand, Peru, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay country.

www.google.com/doodles/esther-afua-ocloos-98th-birthday
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