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A techy easter egg is coding or features on the Web that either shouldn't be there or you don't expect to find — and there are plenty to keep us entertained.
To begin: Searching for "Zerg Rush" in Google will transform your results in to a game. To stop your search results from obliteration, prevent the letter "O" from going too far.
Do the Harlem Shake
Searching "do the Harlem Shake" on YouTube will not only result in numerous videos of people dancing, but will also shake up your results.
What's your Bacon number?
Apparently, many actors are connected to Footloose star Kevin Bacon. If you type in any celebrities' name together with "Bacon number" you can find out just how many degrees apart they are.
A nod to old-school arcade games, typing in "Atari Breakout" within Google Images will bring up a game you can play which is similar to the original Breakout series.
An HTML-based easter egg makes your results blink. Searching for either "blink HTML" or "blink tag" will alter your page to reflect this HTML code.
You can also type in "shake" and "tilt" on Google to skew your results page.
Another HTML-based easter egg: If you use the HTML marquee code in the Google search engine box then results will begin to slide across the screen.
Travel back in time with Google in 1998
Feeling nostalgic? Type in "Google in 1998" to be transported back to how the search engine looked over a decade ago.
Conway's Game of Life
British mathematician John Horton Conway is well known for research in finite grouping and combinatorial game theory. If you search for "Conway's Game of Life" in Google, the mathematician's life simulation will be displayed within your web browser.
Unicorn apps, games, and movies
If you purposely leave the search bar blank when visiting the Google Play store, then "unicorns" will automatically be searched for you.
Doge invades YouTube
Simply search for "doge meme" in YouTube and doge will be there.