55 tiny tokens of appreciation for 55 businesses who dared to dream big. This week at our HQ we celebrated businesses and non-profits from across the U.S. with the very first #GrowWithGoogle pin trade!
Let the begin with today’s #GoogleDoodle! Over the next month we’ll celebrate the rich cultures and talent of all 32 participating countries with guest artists–including this scene from Iranian artist @rashin.kheiriyeh.
Watermelon? . Kiwi? . #GoogleImages? . Summer treat ideas are just a sweet search away.
“Service doesn’t end after the military. It just changes.” After spending two tours in Iraq flying Apache helicopters, Matt Landis found a new mission: working as an engineer at HERL (Human Engineering Search Laboratory), where he uses open source Android tech to help people with disabilities live more independent lives. He also works with @themissioncontinues, which helps veterans find purpose through community volunteer work. See our story today to learn more about Matt’s inspiring journey. #SearchOn
Families come in all shapes, sizes, and constructs. For #Pride2018, we’re celebrating the voices of all LGBTQ+ families with #ThisIsFamily → www.pride.google
“Murals are art for the people. I’m designing this mural for the community.” -@jahnitheartist, Huntsville artist. Last year, #GoogleFiber collaborated with local artists across the country to create 13 murals. This year, the colorful project will continue to connect more communities through art–starting in Huntsville, Alabama. Stay tuned for new murals and share with #CreatedWithGoogleFiber when you spot one.
California high school students Sanjana and Aditya love hiking in local forests – but as wildfires raged through the region, they wanted to figure out how to prevent them. After discovering that levels of biomass (grass, leaves, fallen trees and branches) are great predictors of wildfires, they turned to TensorFlow, Google’s machine learning tool, to build a biomass sensor that relays data to local fire departments. See our story today to learn more about how these students are fighting fires with machine learning. #SearchOn