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On 04/23/01 21:55, TJ Olney said this-
>Like a meme, you mean?
Well, no, more like an 'easter egg' - a small built-in surprise to a
computer program. Apple was rather famous for many of theirs, built-in
and accessible via special keystrokes. Game programs are rife with them.
And, I am not surprised Word only has them in myth. The last thing I
would ever expect is not the Spanish Inquisition, but humor in a
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