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Google’s Geeky Doodle

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Ricky

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Good morning Google! Google with their infamous doodles (covered on Techmog in the past,  Google Christmas Doodle  & Google’s Electromagnetic Doodle) has done it again and this one in particular really appeals to the geek in me.

The aforementioned doodle is to celebrate the 100 birthday of Alan Turing,who is widely considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. You can call him the Godfather of computing. Imagine a world without IOS and Android.

This little binary game gives millions of Google users the opportunity to learn some of the basics of computer science that many wish they had long forgotten. And those that are familiar a chance to get reacquainted. However its great to see a more geeky and playful side of Google which I feel may have been abandoned due to fierce competition and a goal of world domination.

I had a great time playing but did get a few wrong,  so to save you the hassle I will proved the final answer.

 

Posted 23rd Jun 2012
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