You might wake up on Saturday and imagine it's just another Saturday.
How could you forget it's International Women's Day?
The feast of March 8 was originally celebrated in Eastern Europe as International Working Women's Day, a positively cheery hosanna to women who worked the fields and stood in meat queues, while the men drank themselves silly.
It has since been expanded to be a worldwide lean-in for which some people wear purple ribbons.
Google's doodlers have leaped to join the celebration a day early.
This, I am sure, has nothing to do with recent … Read more