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Google’s ‘Let It Snow’ Season Frosts Search Results

by Nancy Needhima on December 19, 2011 at 11:51 PM
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Google’s ‘Let It Snow’ Season Frosts Search Results

Google has offered a seasonal touch to its search engine, where you are taken by surpriseby a snow storm hitting the screen on typing 'let it snow'.

Type in those three magical words when you visit Google and you'll be treated to a new Easter egg.

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Snowflakes will fall from the top of your screen and slowly cover Google's search results with a light coating of snow.

Use your cursor as an ice scraper to draw in the "frosted glass" effect, or click on the search "Defrost" button, The Washington Post reports.

This is perhaps the coolest Google search trick since "do a barrel roll," which produces a vintage video-game effect.

Source: ANI
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