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March 10, 2012

Google's Easter Eggs for Binary and Other Number Systems

Google has some new geeky Easter eggs. When you search for [binary], [octal] and [hexadecimal], Google writes the number of results using the numeral system from the query.

Make sure that "search plus your world" is disabled to see the Easter eggs. Either click the "hide personal results" button below the search box or sign out.




{ Thanks, Abhishek. }

14 comments:

  1. Or you can do the search in incognito mode.

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  2. Proof that Google is not a single-purpose monolithic corporation, but actually a bunch of smaller groups (just like any large corporation). It would be in Google's overall interest to have this work in Google Search Plus Your World also.

    Fascinating Easter egg, by the way.

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  3. honestly i dont have a clue what it is about. But the fact that all the knowledge we can search in google makes me happy.

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  4. This is amazing and honestly I appreciate the effort of Google.

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  5. is it really an Easter egg or unnoticed bug.. :)

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  6. Nice post! Can’t wait for the next one.

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  7. I wouldn't say this is exactly new - it's been out for quite sometime now http://www.jackcola.org/blog/205-5-more-of-the-best-google-search-easter-eggs

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  8. I think google was an Amazing searchengine in the world

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  9. Google is really creative, very interesting to read.

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