The uplifting thing about Google's doodlers is that, unlike many of their engineer colleagues, they don't often resort to the obvious.
How lovely, therefore, to awaken this morning and see a doodle commemorating the 100th birthday (had he still been alive) of Robert Doisneau.
Doisneau was the Frenchman who wandered around Paris and photographed people in natural, compromising positions. You know, like kissing.
I only mention the kissing because that particular photograph -- of two people loving each other up in the middle of the street in 1950 -- has surely been seen on more college dorm room … Read more