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The “Doodle For Google” contest is open for submissions from US children in grades K-12 again, this year with more than $80K in prizes for the national winner. The annual contest kicked off earlier this week with a performance by everyone’s favorite muppet… and a felt frog. If you’re a kid, this happened way past your bedtime. According to Google, the rules of the contest are pretty simple. School-aged children are encouraged to submit a 2D (no GIFs or videos) drawing of the the letters “G-O-O-G-L-E” stylized in the same vein as the daily “Google Doodle” featured on the company’s…

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