Find Google Easter Eggs

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Google hides jokes throughout their website called “Easter Eggs.” These can be found on their search engine, Google Earth, Google Street View, and even their image editing program Picasa. Keep your eyes open for these because they are everywhere.

Type in “Find Chuck Norris” into the Google search box and press the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.

Set your browser to the beach iGoogle theme. Wait unitl 3:14 AM and take a look at the theme, you should see Nessie the Lochness Monster emerge from the water. The reason for 3:14 is because it is based on the value of pi (3.14159…).

Do a Google search on the following topics:
answer to life the universe and everything
number of horns on a unicorn
once in a blue moon

Go to the following websites for a little fun. Google has put up different variations of their popular search engine:
http://www.google.com/intl/xx-elmer/
http://www.google.com/intl/xx-piglatin/
http://www.google.com/intl/xx-klingon/
http://www.google.com/intl/xx-hacker/

While not affiliated with Google, the following are some other fun sites to look at:
http://elgoog.rb-hosting.de/index.cgi
http://gizoogle.com/

If you have Picasa, an image editing program developed by Google, you can press ctrl-Shift-Y and see what happens

There are a lot of Easter eggs within Google Earth, so many that I can’t list all them. However, here are a few to checkout:
37°38’46.50″N 115°45’2.98″W
45° 7’25.87″N 123° 6’48.97″W
37 25’20.42″ N 122 05’06.07″ W
44°14?39.30?N 7°46?10.98?E

If you are using GMail, open up your spam section and read what the top bar says, it should say something along the lines of “Eat your spam burritos with some salsa this morning.”

I hope you had fun searching for Google Easter Eggs, and good luck finding some more!

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