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Google Chrome Spot Captures Girl's Entire Life in 90 Seconds

Yesterday, we posted Google's wonderful new "It Gets Better" TV spot for the Chrome browser. But this one might be even better. It's called "Dear Sophie," and it shows a father using Google products (all accessed through Chrome) to create a scrapbook of his daughter's early years. Google says it's based on a true story although it used actors for the spot. Still, nicely done by Google Creative Lab and Bartle Bogle Hegarty. UPDATE: Also, as TechCrunch reports, the spot also (inadvertently?) reveals an unreleased Google product—a Google +1 extension—with its icon seen in the browser task bar several times. 

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