Created by the Zoological Society of London, the Cat Map allows you to search housecats from all over the world by age, gender, color, and name. You can enter your own feline(s) to be included on the map.
Google might have a basic search interface, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have some fun. We’ve seen special Google “doodles” marking special events and anniversaries. But Google has hidden Easter eggs in its various products and services from Android to Google Maps.
PCWorld recently posted the list of Top 15 Google Easter eggs of 2012. Enjoy!
In any current web browser on your computer or mobile smartphone, perform a web search for “askew” or “tilt” and see the slightly-off results page.
(If you like, you can let me Google that for you.)
[Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]