Pac-man Celebration

Let’s talk about time wasters but I’m pretty excited that Google kept Pacman up for the 2nd day.

“For the 30th anniversary of its release, Google changed its homepage logo to a fully playable version of the game being the first fully interactive Google logo. The long-lasting impact of the iconic game and the nostalgia associated with it was apparent, even after 30 years, when companies across the world were experiencing precipitous drops of productivity with the Google version and some banned the Google website from their workplace computers on the Friday it was uploaded.”  Wikipedia

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