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  1. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    The Fail Whale screen shows a whale being held up by a flock of birds. Fail Whale is an error screen that will pop up for Twitter users when the social network is experiencing downtime, typically because there is an overload of people using the site.

  2. Google in 1998: New Easter Egg Takes You Back in Time

    Other things you could do would ask Google [do a barrel roll] to which it would reply not with an answer, but with your screen spinning round and round. While you can't do a search in the old school Google, it is amazing to see how far the search...

  3. Google Images Easter Egg: Search 'Atari Breakout' to Play Image Breakout Game

    The rules are pretty simple: there are five rows (sometimes only four) to destroy (blue, green, yellow, orange, and red) at the top of the screen. Use your mouse or the left and right arrow keys to control the blue bar at the bottom of the screen...

  4. Mobile Marketing Conversion Optimization Tools & Code Tricks

    Keep in mind that there shouldn't just three or four general sizes you're creating pages for – soon the market will be flooded with different types of screen sizes, whether it's in your rearview mirror in your car, or in your refrigerator in your...

  5. Google Birthday Doodle Gives Power to the Poople

    Slowly, the chocolate cake is “eaten” away and the candles are compiled at the bottom of the screen, and what’s left is a tray spelling out Google’s letters in the usual combo of colors: blue, red, yellow, blue, green, red.

  6. Running Lean With AdWords

    For fun (actually part of a class we were teaching), my Vitruvian Way colleague Joel McDonald ran a 4-way ad headline split test on the broad match keyword “men’s jeans” that cost a total of $19.14 and took just over 24 hours (see the screen shot...

  7. Google+ Bowling: Real Life Bowling Rethought for Real Life

    However, if you throw a gutter ball, Google’s search engine will appear on screen and offer some personalized searches related to bad bowling, such as “how to bowl better” and “bowling tips”, with ample links to Google’s video sharing site and the...