To start the day …. Happy New Year 2015!!

~~January 1, 2015~~ 

The first post of the new year. Best wishes for all the visitors, readers, followers, friends and all who stop at “It Is What It Is“.

The new year is a time for rethinking what happened before, for realizing “lessons learned” and the “make resolutions” for personal, professional, spiritual and overall improvement. 

It’s a new beginning. 

Here’s wishing all of you the best of the best for the New Year 2015.

Time to get used to writing 2015 rather than 2014. It does take a bit, you know!



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~~New Year 2015 fireworks from around the world~~

The Telegraph

~~Published on Dec 31, 2014~~

After a turbulent year marred by terror woes, Ebola outbreaks and a horrific series of airline disasters, many could be forgiven for saying good riddance to 2014 and gratefully ringing in a new year.

Across the globe, revelers looking for a respite from the gloom will converge on the beaches of Brazil, the shores of Sydney harbor and the potentially snowy streets of Las Vegas (yes, really) to welcome 2015.

So here is an highlights video of the best fireworks displays – from cities all over the world – welcoming in the new year, 2015.


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Google Doodle for today …. New Years Eve 2014!!

~~December 31, 2014~~

2014 trending topics: Google bids farewell to the year with top searches Doodle

Google has said goodbye to 2014, by displaying a Doodle on its homepage to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Using the bright colors which make up the search engine’s logo, the Doodle features an animation exploring the year’s top-trending searches.

The World Cup 2014, widely celebrated as one of the best in the tournament’s history and claimed by Germany, is symbolized by a bouncing football in the cartoon.

Space exploration was also given a firm nod, with both the Rosetta space mission and India’s Mars Orbiter mission pictured in the Doodle.

Also featured in the Doodle is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which saw people across the world chucking cold water over themselves in order to raise awareness of Lou Gehrig’s Disease – known as motor neurone disease in the UK.

Flappy Bird, the smartphone game which infuriated and delighted players in equal measure, is also represented in the animation. The game’s creator, Dong Nguyen, quickly became overwhelmed by its popularity and deleted the game from app stores in February.


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~~2014 trending topics – New Year’s Eve 2014~~

~~Published on Dec 30, 2014~~

Google Doodle for New Years Eve 2014 is about the 2014 trending topics on December 31st 2014. This is the New Year’s Eve Google Doodle 2014. It includes some of the top trending searches of 2014 like like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, 2014 World Cup and Flappy Bird.

I’m looking forward for the New Year’s Day Doodle.


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We ALL are ONE!!