"Judging by the volume of new submissions to his site, David Nagy-Farkas
isn't alone in his affection for the obscure side of software. He collects
Easter eggs, those little tricks and hidden features that programmers like
to toss into their software. Some are well-known (like the many cheat
codes for Doom), but others are more akin to an arduous series of
keystrokes just to see a tiny picture of the programmer's dog floating
around the screen. No, they're not all worth the effort to find, but you can
decide for yourself while browsing the large sorted-by-application
collection of eggs. Need a quick Easter Egg fix? Netscape users can
press Control-Alt-F for a relaxing respite."
Review courtesy of Point Communications Corp.