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In addition, they have designed the process so that it happens entirely in the browser so that it can be accessed around the world. If your computer or the Internet is too slow, Doodle can rely on global data centers to complete the task. Bach Doodle will be held for 48 hours from March 21st to March 22nd in 77 countries.