Holiday ornaments decorate Google search results
With icons such as candy canes and dreidels, Internet giant injects holiday-theme icon frivolity into its search results for Christmas, Hanukkah, and, yes, Festivus.
While some are decorating Christmas trees, Google has ornamented its search results with holiday-theme graphics.
Google spruced up a search for "Christmas tree" with a column of holly leaves to separate the search results on the left with the search ads on the right. A search for "Christmas" gets candy canes, and Santa gets the holly treatment.
And, in what's probably inappropriate to call an Easter egg, Google also added a Festivus pole for fans of the TV show Seinfeld.
It's not the first time Google has noted occasions by changing the advertising divider. On Gay Pride Day in 2008, the company added a rainbow divider.