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TouchPad Easter Egg; Facebook Love 13

by Tim Stiffler-Dean Thu, 01 Sep 2011 1:13 am EDT

We already know that you love us on Facebook through our Page, but now you can show some love to some fun HP employees as well. One of our community forum members, PRedwood, has found a nice little Easter Egg (remember the last one?) in the TouchPad's Facebook app. If you already have the Facebook app installed on your device and are logged into your profile, finding this Easter Egg is simple, once you know what to do. 

First, tap on the "Friends" option in the left sidebar to see a list of your entire network on Facebook. Then, type the phrase "I <3 you all" (without the quotes and proper capitalization) in the search field. You'll quickly find yourself looking at a list of the very HP webOS Software Engineers and Developers that are responsible for making the platform as great as it is. 

For the sake of these HP employees, we'll recommend not using the opportunity to bug them about any device news or webOS updates (they have better things to do than answer a thousand messages about certain executive decisions within their company). But it's always good to know some of the names behind the gadgets that we are all enjoying, and of course, Easter Eggs are always cool to see. Do you know of any others? Let us know in the comments!



Woohooo! I love the dev's! :D

That's awesome!!!!

Fun to find another Easter Egg..

Although, I can't imagine the amount of facebook spam these employees will be getting now that the word is out...

Its easy to get rid of that spam. Simply disallow messages from Everyone and restrict it to Friends only. I have been setup like that since the beginning.

Awesome :) :) :)

Coolness. Keep up the great work despite your upper-upper mgmt.

can't get it to work :-(

correction. It doesn't work if you have any pending friend requests. I got it to work. Cool it. Great easter egg !!! I want more.

Hey, great Easteregg but thats not all! After typing that code and seeing the Developers go to bottom of page and switch the view with the righthand icon. You'll see a wonderful styled view of all your friends with smooth popping up messages. Try it. Maybe author of article can add a screenshoot and add the description to article.

It looks just like facebook tablet exhibition mode does. :)

If they spent more time on the hardware and less time on Easter Eggs, they might not be in the pickle they're in.