Google Pirate Search & Talk Like A Pirate Day

Google & Talk Like a Pirate Day

Today is the official day for Talk Like a Pirate Day. Many tech companies and personalities like to mention the day, in some way or another.

Google wrote about their Google Pirate Search, as shown above. Dogpile’s dog dressed up for the day. Facebook, as TechCrunch reports, has pirate talk in their translation tool. FriendFeed has a special logo for the day. The Search Engine Roundtable has a special theme live. And I am excited to see what Matt Cutts is preparing for the day.

But companies that participated last year and have not yet posted anything this year include and Yahoo’s Flickr.

Here some additional pictures:

Dogpile’s dog: Dogpile & Talk Like a Pirate

Search Engine Roundtable’s theme: Search Engine Roundtable & Talk Like a Pirate Day

Facebook’s translation: Facebook & Talk Like a Pirate Day

FriendFeed’s logo: FriendFeed & Talk Like a Pirate Day

Finally, I dressed up for the day! cartoon barry pirate

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Search & Society: General


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