There are certain events every American person is supposed to remember. D-Day, which is today, is one of them.
Since corporations can be legally considered people here in the USA, they, too, are supposed to remember this stuff, by penalty of public mocking. Today, Google did not manage to hold up their end of the bargain. They forgot D-Day and accidentally honored the birthday of Honinbo Shusaku, a Japanese Go player who was born June 6, 1829, Ars Technica reports. Read More