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Mattias Adolfsson Draws Baroque 'Star Wars,' History of the Google Doodle

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.
  • Illustrator Mattias Adolfsson gives 'Star Wars' the baroque treatment in this wonderfully whimsical series of images depicting Jabba in a wig, Boba Fett with a back-mounted balloon and a Louis XIV-esque Emperor. [From: Behance]
  • Search engine land traces the history of the Google doodle back to the company's first 1998 drawing in honor of Burning Man. [From: Search Engine Land]
  • The graphics team at the Times whipped up this excellent infographic breaking down just how complicated Facebook's privacy policy is. The length of the privacy policy has ballooned to five times its original 2005 length, and now checks in at over the length of the U.S. Constitution. [From: New York Times]
  • Legendary food survey Zagat puts a face to the massively hyped Foursquare by interviewing some of the site's restaurant mayors on their rise to "fame." [From: Zagat]
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