Kewl contest alert: Doodle 4 Google

K, I know this makes 2 Google posts in one night, but this is a contest for kids, and you know how I love both of those. Found this on the Google Blog.

Are you possibly a teacher with students who love to draw? You can register your school to take part in Doodle 4 Google, a contest inviting kids to create their own Google Doodle (i.e. the funky cartoons they do on their logos). This year's contest is sponsored by the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. How kewl is that?

The prizes? $15,000 college scholarship for the winner; $10,000 for the school district with the most entries. Register until Mar. 17; contest closes Mar. 31, 2009.

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