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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Giant Cardboard Velociraptor With Googly Eyes

We get a lot of emails about Kickstarter campaigns around these parts, but this one—”KitRex: the 3D paper velociraptor that you build yourself!“—caught our eye. Fun tip: Having a campaign that involves dinosaurs and googly eyes never hurts. (Thanks to tipster Amy)

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And So It Begins

Google Helps Kick Off April Fools’ Day With Pokémon Mapping [VIDEO]

Well I think it’s a fine idea.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Wonder Woman As a Peanut

What it says on the tin. Some of Steve Casino‘s other superhero peanut portraits can be seen at That’s Nerdalicious.

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Google Is Not Playing Around With Its Olympic Games Doodle

Google’s letting everybody know where they stand on the Sochi Olympics, with a rainbow Winter Olympics doodle that links, not to Olympic coverage, but to a search for the Olympic Charter itself. The Charter’s statement on equality in sports also appears below the search bar.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Beast and Wolverine Caught Red-Handed

Seriously, doesn’t this photo look like they just got busted for something?  Anyway, new image from X-Men: Days of Future Past of Beast and Wolverine! (Via Entertainment Weekly)

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Good News Everyone!

With New Google Deal, You Can Finally Watch Game Of Thrones On Something Other Than HBO

Fans of HBO series like Game of Thrones have often expressed their disdain for not being able to legally watch the show on anything but the paid cable network. That’s changing as HBO has made a deal for their series to be available on Google Play for the first time. 

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Waste Time At Work With Google’s Interactive Doctor Who Doodle

I mean don’t waste time at work. Clearly you would never do that. That is Bad.

For some reason this interactive Google Doodle isn’t showing up on regular old google.com yet—maybe because it’s not the 23rd in the States yet? You can get around that by going to the French version of Google. Or, for the non-video game inclined, you can see in the video above what Google came up with. But the video misses out on the best part: If you die, you do indeed regenerate into the next Doctor.

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Google Literally Just Said Literally Now Also Means “Figuratively”

… and I have literally (in the literal sense) no problem with it. Language nerdery, activate!

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Google Maps Easter Eggs Lets You Journey To The Center of The TARDIS

Google Maps already allows us to observe earth from great heights and go anywhere we want in seconds, so it was only a matter of time before the TARDIS got involved. If you search for Earl’s Court Road, one of the locations of an actual, blue police call box in London, you can not only admire the outside of the police box, but also enter the TARDIS control room. For proof that it really is bigger on the inside, head past the break for photos of the interior, and check out the Easter egg for yourself at Google Maps (click on the double arrow pointing up toward the TARDIS). You can explore the entire control room and zoom in on an amazing number of switches and other design features. Plus, take a look at some helpful reviews from TARDIS visitors.

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Our Adorable Past

Happy Birthday, Maurice Sendak! Have A Google Doodle!

Today would have been Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak’s 85th birthday. To celebrate, Google dedicated their daily doodle to him. Hit the jump to see it in motion.

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