Google's 2015 Year in Search Is an Encouraging Look at What People Truly Care About

We still suck at math, though


The questions we ask reveal who we are, according to Google's 2015 year-end video. If that's true, then it appears we're a benevolent bunch of globally minded folks who want to know about the terrorist attacks in Paris and Cecil the lion's death but still can't figure out the color of "the dress" or fully master the Nae Nae.

The two-minute video, which joins a growing list of 2015 recaps coming from tech and media companies, curates highs and lows—the Black Lives Matter movement, the same-sex marriage law, David Letterman's farewell, the pope's U.S.

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