Scotched eggs: Is this the death of the Easter egg?
BBC News | Business | Padraig Belton, Business reporter | 3 April 2015
This Easter, spare a thought for the inventor of the Easter egg.
Not the chocolate type, but that bit of code, often amusing, inserted secretly by a developer in to a bit of software.
The 1997 Microsoft Word hid a pinball game. Excel 97 concealed a flight simulator.
Or go outside Earls Court tube station on Google Street View, find the police box, and tap the up arrow. You’ll find yourself inside the Tardis.