Believe it or not, we've been telling people to 'Google it' for twenty years this month and, in that time, a lot has changed when it comes to how we search for things.
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You're no longer trying to find out what in the world "Gettin' Jiggy wit it" means, or pondering "What is Y2K? Of course, Google has all of the data on our evolved phrasing, and it's adding the archaic and often awkward questions of yesteryear into its search results today.
Here are the fun Easter eggs you'll find in Google Search today, disguised as spelling mistakes if you type in the retro version of lingo. Did you mean If you're confused about what 'floss dancing' is, this is the dance move that's become popular with Generation Z — a lateral version of your s churning butter move. Google's celebration goes beyond today's 17 Easter eggs. The company also created a 20th anniversary Google doodle, if you haven't seen it on Google.
It's a playable Google doodle that features popular searches from the last 20 years, ones that are different from the Easter eggs listed above and complete with all sorts of cute animations. Nolan Bushnell, the company's founder, was eager to come up with a successor.
Easter eggs at GOG allow playing retro Ping-Pong and Snake games with a small witcher
He envisioned Breakout -- where you use a paddle to wack a ball into bricks until they all disappear a single player version of pong. Steve Jobs was asked to create the circuitry of the game. Jobs had soon realized he had gone over his head and asked Steve Wozniak for some help.
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Jobs and Woz later became the founders of Apple. Woz agreed and created the game in four days with very few chips.
His design for Breakout was so brilliant that none of the Atari engineers, including Jobs, could figure out exactly how it worked, which made it impossible to test, so the entire thing had to be redesigned in-house before it shipped. There is a bit more to this story basically Jobs cheated Woz on the amount of payment -- but you can read about that in The Mac Bathroom Reader. You can get that about box from 7. It is a bit confusing but if you follow these directions closely you should be able to play the breakout game right from a desk accessory.
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