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    It’s Christmas! Yeah! We made it through the holiday season with most of our sanity intact.

    A lot was accomplished in 2013: new product launches, client sites, mobile apps, even rescued a pup (now the official mascot of answerYES)… but we didn’t quite get to our annual holiday digital creation. So here is one we liked from the gang at Victors & Spoils, a Colorado Ad Agency based on crowdsourcing (see their Facebook App called Fan Machine to get an idea what that means).

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    Today is the 100th anniversary of the crossword puzzle. Invented by British journalist Arthur Wynne and first published in the New York World on December 21, 1913. To celebrate the milestone, today’s Google Doodle is an interactive crossword, replete with a newspaper look and feel. When you complete the puzzle, a screen pops up with the answers along with your time.

    The Washington Post has an interesting article about the “making of” this Google Doodle that almost wasn’t.

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