Google's doodle let users share insights with friends

  • Google's recent "doodle," honoring Hermann Rorschach, was one of the most playful doodles the company had done in a while. 

    Rorschach invented the infamous inkblot test and his image could be seen by clicking in the center of the pad. 

    Users could even choose to psychoanalyze themselves by clicking on the link saying, "Share what you see."

    Considering that mental health care workers have established that the test is useless, we hope that Google users didn't waste too much time worrying about what they saw in the pad. 

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