Ebola, Rosetta and Ferguson: Google Tries to Make Sense of What We Searched For in 2014

This Year's Review Asks What Our Searches Say About Us

Published on Dec 16, 2014

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Google asks what our searches say about us, in its "Year in Search" review of 2014. The film breaks down things we searched for -- including Ebola, Robin Williams, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and Pharrell Williams, the Rosetta space mission and Ferguson, Missouri -- into themes such as hope, fear, greatness and things we love. Look out for some inspiring moments, as well as some sobering ones. Google expands on the video with more data on top searches on a dedicated page.

YouTube's annual review might have been more fun -- but this one will make you think.

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Dec 16, 2014

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