Monday, December 19, 2005

A Google Christmas Carol

In the spirit of the season, and inspired by Google's milestones throughout 2005, I've written a special tribute called "The Twelve Days of Christmas, Google Style". To be sung along to the tune of (duh!) The Twelve Days of Christmas.

Play the midi (a new window will pop up) and enjoy:

The Twelve Days of Christmas, Google Style

On the first day of Christmas, Google gave to me
an AdWords API.

On the second day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the third day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the fourth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the fifth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the sixth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the seventh day of Christmas, Google gave to me
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the eighth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Gmail Talk,
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the ninth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Blogger for Word,
Gmail Talk,
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the tenth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Google Base,
Blogger for Word,
Gmail Talk,
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Content Bidding,
Google Base,
Blogger for Word,
Gmail Talk,
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, Google gave to me
Froogle Local,
Content Bidding,
Google Base,
Blogger for Word,
Gmail Talk,
a Toolbar for Firefox,
Google Earth,
AdSense for Feeds,
Desktop Search,
Urchin Stats,
Toolbar 3
and an AdWords API.

What do you think? Gotta be worth an AdSense Holiday Booty Case eh Google?

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3 Comments:

At 1:43 AM , Neynelle said...

That was very original and amusing :) Thank you for sharing your "carol" with us.

Happy Holidays :)

 
At 1:51 PM , Anonymous said...

Very nice! You even got a link from seroundtable and all!

 
At 11:34 AM , Maxime said...

On the twelfth night Google eat up a stake of AOL :)

 

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