Confused about why Google was showing a picture on its home page today. Apparently, plenty of people were, some to the point of being upset. In reaction, Google's dropped the feature.
Marissa Mayer, Google’s vice president of search products and user experience, confirmed the change via an update to the official Google blog post that originally announced the new feature:
Last week, we launched the ability to set an image of users’ choosing as the background for the Google homepage. Today, we ran a special "doodle" that showcased this functionality by featuring a series of images a [...]
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