Google has posted up yet another cool interactive doodle in place of its front page logo today that celebrates the 46th anniversary of the original Star Trek TV series.
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The latest custom Google logo (or doodle) on its web site pays tribute to Dr. Robert Moog, the creator of the synthesizer, by allowing visitors to create their own songs with a virtual synthesizer.
Google is looking for a full-time 'Doodler' - an artist to manage the design and creation of the world-famous graphics that frequently replace its corporate logo on Google.com.