Google Feature — Easter Egg
On November 17, 2011, the web giant Google rolled out an Easter egg for the search query “let it snow” which had a very seasonal nature.
Google is getting into the festive spirit and presents this holiday seasons a really cool Easter egg search trick. Typing ‘let it snow’ into a Google search bar, flakes of soft, white snow gently begin to fall from the top of your screen. Slowly it covers Google’s search results with a light coating of snow and lets you draw anything.
But as the snow continues to fall and the screen slowly frosts over, reading the search results becomes more difficult.
At this point, the blue Search button is replaced by a Defrost button. You can either click the defrost button to clear your screen instantly, or by simply clicking and holding the left mouse button you can write a frosty phrase on your computer or wipe away the snow.
Let it snow, Google
Uploaded by tagSeoBlog on Dec 17, 2011
Go on Google’s homepage and type “let it snow”. The result is what you can see in this video – without the music.
Music: “Up on a Housetop” by Kevin Mac Leod. Please donate for him if you like this Christmas song: www.incompetech.com
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