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Let Google be your guide to Rio de Janeiro

To give you a glimpse into the Games, watch official broadcasters’ video highlights on YouTube in more than 60 countries around the world. And as an added bonus, YouTube is sending 15 top creators to Rio, giving you a taste of what it’s like to...

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Explore Rio from every angle

Left: Bronze statue of Carlos Drummond de Andrade Right: Exploring Elifas’ album covers through time You can also go back in time by taking a peek at one of the richest collections of archival photographs of Rio, or tag along on a guided tour of...

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The art of collaboration: from Sheets to the streets

Marina and Mallory connected a handful of times on Google Hangouts to plan and sketch out ideas, and creatively “hack” Sheets in order to make art: resizing cells into thousands of pixel-like squares, merging cells to create color blocks, creating vibrant color gradients with conditional...

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The new Google Arts & Culture, on exhibit now

There’s much to learn about our shared cultural heritage. Download the app for iOS and Android to unlock a world of experiences, every day. Posted by Duncan Osborn, Product Manager, Google Cultural Institute https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-i-NlpIDu4cU/V41iDtvxXwI/AAAAAAAASss/nUeudu0ftYAvYiQCqCfseyUUyLG9sEH5ACLcB/s200/Screen%2BShot%2B2016-07-18%2Bat%2B4.10.35%2BPM.png Duncan Osborn Product Manager Google Cultural Institute <!– INSTRUCTIONS Enter info...

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A voice for everyone in 2016

No matter which state you’re in or how you plan to cast your ballot, you can find the step-by-step information you need to register correctly and on time—right at the top of your Search page and in the Google app. And for the kickoff of...

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Promoting gender equality through emoji 🙌 🎉

More than 90 percent of the world’s online population use emoji. But while there’s a huge range of emoji, there aren’t a lot that highlight the diversity of women’s careers, or empower young girls. There are emoji like these for men:but with options like these...

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Focusing on diversity

Overall hiring progress For the first time this year, we’re sharing the percentage of our hires who are Black and Hispanic. In 2015, our hiring for Black, Hispanic, and female Googlers grew faster than our current demographic representation for each of these groups. And our...

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