I saw this blog post today, and I was wondering if there's some meaning within the Ubuntu community that I've missed? (I know what an easter egg is in a computer context.)
One of our ducks has started dropping eggs in random locations in the
garden. I don’t know which duck, but I assume it’s one of the new
females we took in from the SPCA, who hasn’t figured out “nesting”
Hampton Creek Foods, a food tech startup backed by Khosla Ventures and Founders Fund, is getting ready to expand beyond its initial product Beyond Eggs — though it’s not leaving eggs behind entirely.
The company recently released the YouTube video embedded below, which gives a brief glimpse of its upcoming scrambled egg replacer.
Google Hangouts has a lot of cool features, including over 800 emoji characters to use. Apparently there are also six hidden “easter eggs,” including ponies, dinosaurs, and the ability to change the background of the chat window. Google employee Moritz Toxdorff posted the above image on his Google+ account, which explains how to use them.
Google might be one of the most innovative companies, but they are also a company that likes to have a lot of fun. Take Easter Eggs for example. They include them all over the place, and Google Now is becoming a very popular destination. XDA member akhan47 put together this collection of known Easter Eggs.
aardwolf wrote:Typically, I use an ext3 (or this time probably ext4) partition for installing Linux, but make another FAT32 partition which I use for all kinds of data like projects, photos, ... FAT32 because that's what's the most universally accessible.....But maybe I should start to think about dropping this whole FAT32 thing.You really should....
Bird soars and swoops - everything like everyone else. :) Distinctive features of this game:
Collect the most lost eggs to win. Eggs are on the tops of trees and other dangerous places.
Two parallel worlds with different gravity strengths keep you on your toes.
Responsive single-click control (no jumping needed).
Two attempts to set a record.