Google Israel celebrates election day.

Aww. Google Israel got all cute and created an election day logo for the search engine’s Israeli homepage

Of course, that’s nothing like how our Israeli kalpi (polling) stations actually look; we get a blue tray of paper ballots behind a giant blue oak tag (à la 8th grade science project) and cardboard blue boxes to stick the blue envelopes in. But hey, it’s better than dangling-chads behind curtains I suppose. 

The little button on the second ‘g’ reads: בחירות, which means elections in Hebrew. 

Here’s the article in Haaretz (where I actually saw it first; shows how much I actually use search engines): 

Google Israel marks election day with special logo






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