Since I found out the Google’s easter eggs like the Google gravity and do a barrel roll, I am always on the hunt to find out and reveal all such tricks and fun stuff that google has and is waiting out to be shown to people. In this approach I already have come up with three such lists before this one containing all the fun stuff that I found by now.
Now here is something different from my earlier lists to reveal more of google. In 2012, Google humor was out in full swing for April Fool’s Day, flooding its products with jokes and pranks.
- 8-Bt Google Maps — Google Maps pays homage to the Nintendo with an 8-bit graphic version of the world. Also, here Google explains how planning your trip just got a lot like playing the Legend of Zelda
- Now double your productivity with the google Chrome Multitask. One mouse used to be enough, but no longer. Continue reading
People at google surely doesn’t like us to work. I don’t how true is that for you all but is a lot true for me. Zerg Rush, Google’s new search easter egg. Type Zerg Rush in search bar and click search and the google page turns into a game zone.
Recently I needed to make a simple pop up box in wordpress and I searched for plugins to achieve what I wanted but failed. Well, if you look for it, you will surely find many plugins for jquery popup as well as wordpress popup but none helped me. In my lookout for the plugin I found this really cool and simple script that would do the required work for you with just simple tweaks.
Demo: Click me.
Every once in a while I need to process a HUGE file. Though PHP probably isn’t the most efficient way of processing the file, I’ll usually use PHP because it makes coding the processing script much faster. To prevent the script from timing out, I need to increase the execution time of the specific processing script. Here’s how I do it.
ini_set('max_execution_time', 60); //60 seconds = 1 minutes
Place this at the top of your PHP script and let your script loose!
Gmail by default shows ads also called web clips above the list of emails. It’s easy to switch these off but they’re not intuitively named when looking at Gmail’s settings. This post shows how to switch them off.
To remove the web clips, click the settings cog icon above-right from the message list. This will show a drop down menu where you can select the Settings option.
On the next page along the top of the settings are a series of tabs/options. Open the Web Clips tab and uncheck the Show my web clips above the Inbox checkbox. You don’t need to click a button to save, it immediately takes effect.
Now go back to your inbox and there are no longer any ads above the message list.