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Imagine John Lennon as a Google doodle

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It seems I'm not the only one celebrating John Lennon's birthday a day early. The fine folks over at Google Doodle have launched an interactive Google logo. Set to his definitive song Imagine, the logo starts with a simple dandelion and morphs into a nature inspired John Lennon logo. It's a somber, sweet memorial to the singer who was born 70 years ago and killed almost 30 years ago.

The logo is the latest interactive design from the Google headquarters, following up the successful PacMan and bouncing ball logos from earlier this year. The logo is not live yet in the United States, but if you sneak over to the Google UK site, you can check out the musical treat right now.

By Melissa Bell  | October 8, 2010; 8:30 AM ET
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The logo does not appear to be up on the site yet. I want it.

Posted by: jtsw | October 8, 2010 10:41 AM | Report abuse

Up on google.com as of 3:15pm Eastern...

Posted by: northgs | October 8, 2010 3:15 PM | Report abuse

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