It is a well-known fact that Google sneaks fun Easter Eggs into its products and services. Try this helpful little boredom killer. I’m feeling curious.
Those of you accustomed to typing “Do A Barrel Roll” into Google’s Search Bar (try it for yourself) will be delighted with a new feature the Californian firm has introduced.
I’m Feeling Curious Quick Google Guide
Google will generate a random faction based on your search term “Fun Facts” or “I’m Feeling Curious.“. The company recently unveiled a host of other changes to its site, including a brand new logo. Recent updates have also been made to the Google Maps app.
Tapping on your location on the map will show you the best restaurants and bars near your neighbourhood in a new update to the highly successful mobile app.
Fun Facts or I’m Feeling Curious
You can scroll through detailed information about each location after selecting the category that suits your taste. Read Google and other diner reviews and ratings, see photos and get details (Are they family-friendly? How quick is the service?).
Google Maps will also let you know why it thinks certain places are especially relevant to you – for example, it might recommend a restaurant that other diners frequented who visited a place you recently visited.
I’m feeling curious about embed and history
It has always fascinated me how Google searches work. If anyone is familiar with the I’m feeling curious search trick, I’d appreciate the additional information.
Google Easter Eggs and search tricks are written about quite a bit on blogs, but I’ve seen very little about I’m feeling curious.
Although I know it’s just a random fact machine, it would be great if someone from Google could provide more information about it. What was the inspiration behind it? The first time it appeared in Google’s search engine was when? In what sense did it serve a purpose?
Would it be possible for me to embed the I feel curious box on my blog?
I’m feeling curious’ feature is really addicting
Google offers endless opportunities to learn new things. Information about just about anything can be found there. There are lots of cool features in it. I’m feeling curious, their latest feature is designed for people like me who like to learn new things.
It appears that the “Ask Another Question” box can retrieve information from anywhere on the internet after you click it a few times. I pulled a few facts from Wikipedia and many others from History.com, Princeton.edu, People.com, and other sources.
Google “I’m feeling curious” to see what’s up. As an alternative, similar searches like “fun facts” will also display the widget.
Do you ever get a question in the middle of the night? Is there anything that makes you curious without a purpose? Then simply type “I’m feeling curious” or “fun facts” into Google, and the results will appear. In the future, it may be possible to get information from more than Wikipedia.
Here are some facts and answers to life’s questions. Google, thank you for making learning so easy.
Related: Addictive Google Doodle Games.