In celebration up the upcoming holiday, we’ve compiled a list with instructions, on how to find some fun “Easter Eggs” hidden around the internet.
1. Try Google-ing “Find Chuck Norris” and use the “I’m Feeling Lucky” search function.
2. Log onto the Mini Cooper website. Type the word “Reverse” into the search bar, and wait for a gear shift to appear at the bottom left of your screen.
3. Change your Facebook Language setting to Pirate or Upside Down mode.
4. In Google Earth, search for the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, Palmyra, NJ. When you zoom in close to the bridge over the river, you will see a scene from the Blues Brothers!
5. Google Sightseeing: Though not really hidden, it allows you to search around the map for select high res photos.
6. In Google search, enter the word ‘Tilt’
7. When searching for a location in Google Earth, press Ctrl+Alt+A (on PC) or Command+Alt+A (on Mac). Let the adventure begin!
8. Always wanted to know the meaning of life? In Google search bar type “answer to life, the universe and everything” and then hit search.
9. Are you a Trekkie? You can use Google in different languages, including Klingon. In the Google search type “xx-klingon” and hit the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.
10. Type 2204355 into Google and hit, “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.
11. In the Google search bar type “do barrel roll” and see what happens!
12.Dreamed up by artists Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley, one Pittsburgh Street View was transformed into a visual treat. On Google Earth, search for “411 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh, PA” Zoom into Street Level and see if you can locate:
- A parade
- A marathon
- A garage band practice
- A giant cooked chicken
- A Bird-man
- A guy moving
- A girl escaping out of a window with a sheet ladder
- “Doug recycles”
- A “love laser”
- A person dressed as a ham
- Fireman rescuing a cat from a tree