If you’re a hardcore techie who doesn’t see the point of leaving the warm glow of your computer screen to go on some stupid Easter egg hunt, we’ve got just the eggs for you. Easter must be Google’s favorite holiday because they’re always putting Easter eggs – hidden features – throughout their site. Every day is Easter day at Google! And thanks to our friends at Mashable, here are eight of Google’s best Easter eggs. Sadly, none of these special eggs are filled with chocolate, but there is some bacon!
Here’s a fifty-six second video of a bear walking up stairs. And if that doesn’t make you immediately click the Play button maybe this will. The bear and the stairs are actually dozens of 3D printed models that were painstakingly placed and photographed to create a stop motion loop. Did you hit Play yet?
Fellow readers, you understand what it means to be a fan. You fall in love with a book series, practically squeal so loud you could break windows when you hear it’s being made into a movie, and then obsessively buy merchandise and learn all you can about production so you can make sure they aren’t ruining your favorite character. But, someday, that will all come to an end.
“Ooh oh.” That’s what you’ll be saying after your first sip of Ooho, the edible water blob. First you will be all like “ooh” when you sip the refreshing water trapped between Ooho’s two biodegradable membranes. Plus, how often do you see an edible water blob? But then you’ll see that Ooho’s membranes are made of brown algae and calcium chloride, and you might think twice about taking another sip. Now we know why it’s called Ooho. It’s “Ooh!…Oh.”
In this fast paced world of ours, businesses usually have to find some unique way to stand out from the crowd. They have to have advertising so intriguing that it literally reaches out, grabs us by the face, and holds our attention for an entire 30 seconds! As you chronic channel changers probably know, holding anyone’s TV attention for a grand 30 seconds of advertising is no small feat.