Chrome Unboxed: Google Launches Interactive Tool To Help You Decide On The Perfect Halloween Costume

Chrome Unboxed: Google Launches Interactive Tool To Help You Decide On The Perfect Halloween Costume. “Are you trying to decide what you’d like to be for Halloween? Being yourself or the new kid on the block doesn’t count, and you’ve only got a few weeks left! What are you going to do, perform a simple Google search for the most popular costumes? That could take a while. Luckily for you, Google has compiled all of this data into a new interactive tool called Frightgeist, and you can access it right now!”

Slate: Do Not Be the Coronavirus for Halloween

Slate: Do Not Be the Coronavirus for Halloween. “Despite drugstores’ insistence on setting up Halloween candy displays in August, you probably haven’t given much thought to what that holiday is going to be like in this pandemic year, what you should dress up as, or if you should dress up at all. As you begin to consider the possibilities, I have an early request. Don’t be the coronavirus for Halloween. And if you do (which, again, you shouldn’t), don’t wear one of these masks that depict the virus itself, that microscopic spiked sphere rendering enlarged and given a grotesque face.”

Philly Voice: Need Halloween costume inspo? Check out Google’s Frightgeist

Philly Voice: Need Halloween costume inspo? Check out Google’s Frightgeist. “As we inch closer to Halloween, here’s something scary to think about: walking into a Halloween party and realizing your costume isn’t as awesome/unique as you thought because there are at least 12 other people dressed up as the exact same thing. This year, you can avoid that thanks to Google’s very-’80s-looking costume trend tool Frightgeist.” It is SO 1980s.