Have you recently searched any base conversation? If yes, you may have notice something strange in Google results. When you search for binary, octal and hexadecimal that refer to different number systems, Google will write the number of results using the numeral system from the query. Enjoy this new Google Easter Egg.
This icon set include 44 cute Easter icons that you can use for web and print design. Icons include: bunnies, birdies, Easter eggs, and candy bars. You can use them to spirit up your blog themes or to design your Easter postcards and invitations.
After the yesterday post about Firefox Easter Eggs here we are with other Ester Eggs. Is time to play with Star-Wars in Open Office.
This screen shot is taken from Firefox just type about: and below I want to show you a list with all Firefox about info, and some Easter eggs.
The first one is:
Displays BloatView output (disabled in release builds).
Here we are with:
Shows the malware protection page used when the browser identify some page as not safe for viewing. (Firefox 3-specific).
Shows the arguments and options used to compile the build in use