As you can read at Google-Logos.com
if you search via Google on this particular day,
instead of the name Google on the Google search engine pages,
you will see their Google doodle,
which today is a barcode for the word Google, as below,
"The new doodle from Google marks the 57th anniversary of the day the first patent was made on the bar code. "That barcode reads "Google" encoded by Code 128, which is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only codes like ASCII and also by the packaging and shipping industries. The barcode used for products in stores is UPC, the Universal Product Code.
Michael Arrington of TechCrunch.com gives us more details in his Washington Post article New Google Logo Celebrates The Barcode. Arrington surmises that the Google barcode was created with Google's open source ZXing ("Zebra Crossing"), a "multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java".
Now all we have to do is to figure out a viable use for that same LawPundit barcode.