What Do You See In Google's New Doodle?

Rorschach test lets you share (meaningless) insights with friends
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 8, 2013 2:35 PM CST
What Do You See In Google's New Doodle?
A screenshot from the Google homepage, taken Nov. 8, 2013.   (Google)

Go to Google.com. What do you see? Well, assuming you're reading this story the day it was posted, you're probably seeing one of the more whimsical "doodles" the site has done in a while. ("Doodle," of course, being Google's internal name for its often playful homepage logo.) Today's image honors Hermann Rorschach, inventor of the (in)famous inkblot test. Clicking on the pad in the center of the screen will change the image, while clicking the "Share what you see" link will let you psychoanalyze yourself for the amusement of your friends and followers.

It's a fun way to waste a minute or two, but don't worry too much about what you "see" in the pad, NBC News advises, because the test "is largely considered worthless by mental health care workers today." (More Google stories.)

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