Got your guitar out? No, not your Stratocaster, but your Google guitar? Stretch your finger, because the Christian Science Monitor and several other sites are posting directions for and YouTube demos of some of the top songs tech-strummers are playing on the Google Doodle posted yesterday to honor guitar innovator's Les Paul's 96th birthday. Players have already plucked out some 4,000 tunes (or bit of them) and posted them to YouTube, notes CNET.
The doodle's runaway popularity has convinced Google to keep it up another day. The Monitor has tracked down instructions or demos of hits like "Stairway to Heaven," "Joy to the World," "Obladi, Oblida," "Louie Louie," and, of course, "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." For more on the coolest Google Doodle yet, click here. (Read more Les Paul stories.)