While it might be old news for savvy internet browsers, Google had a very unique "Google Doodle" on their homepage yesterday (and it has continued today). The Google Doodle is the often customized version of the "Google" logo that appears on the search engine's home page.
The doodle, in honor of musician and electric guitar pioneer Les Paul, featured the strings of a guitar in the shape of the Google logo. That logo, however, was actually playable—strum it with your mouse and it played a song. In the U.S., meanwhile, users could record a 30-second snippet of their creations and share with friends.
We found a link to a famous song that actually has a tie to our Krsna conscious movement. Can anyone guess the song? Click here to listen. Leave a comment with your guess! (Hint: It's a famous song that was actually written about our dearmost Srila Prabhupada)