By this point, pretty much everyone has done The Harlem Shake or been subjected to a rendition. Now YouTube, the site responsible for hosting the videos of the viral dance clips, does the Harlem Shake. No, not the employees, the website itself.
Type in almost any horror movie title and you will see bats hanging from Google's Knowledge Graph 'card' results. Almost any, because the SEW team tried a bunch of different results and not every known horror film triggered results.
Google has a new Easter Egg, this time for searches on musician Lionel Richie. Google's latest surprise in the search results showcases one of the new features of their Knowledge Graph, says "hello" and asks searchers if they're looking for Richie.
Google’s latest Easter egg turns your search results into a shootout against red and yellow zeroes, plunking down and around the page to devour the user’s search results. Your job is to protect your search results and sidebar from these mini zergs.