Comic 278

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Steve searches imaginary Google.

Link: Comic 278

Translations: Finnish, French, Polish, Danish, Italian

Title: Google of the mind

Date: May 8, 2007

Summary: Steve surfs the imaginary Internet.

Cast: Beaver, Steve

Onomatopoeias used: "CLICKY!"

"Fin" style:

Number of panels: 9


Panel 1

Steve: "Can I use the computer Beaver?"
Beaver: "Not now Steve, I'm doing some very important work."
Steve: "But I need to go on the Internet! To surf!"

Panel 2

Beaver: "But Steve, you're already connected to an even better sort of Internet..."
Steve: "I...I am??"

Panel 3

Beaver: "The Internet of your IMAGINATION!"
Steve: "Oh."

Panel 4

Steve: "Well, I guess it's worth a try..."
Beaver is looking at a "Rate My Casserole" website.
Beaver: "Ooh that one's a 4!"

Panel 5

Steve: "Nng!"
A thought bubble with "imaginary Google" pops out of Steve's head.

Panel 6

Steve imagines "steve" is typed out in the search field and the imaginary mouse cursor CLICKY!s on the imaginary "I feel lucky" button.

Panel 7

Steve's thought bubble shows "loading..."
Steve: "Stupid slow imaginary dial-up..."

Panel 8

Steve's thought bubble shows "Latest News: Steve is the COOLEST / it's official!"
Steve: "Great Scott! The No. 1 result in Google is an article about how cool I am! This is the proudest moment of my entire life!"

Panel 9

Steve's thought bubble shows "" over the picture of a monkey smoking a pipe.
Steve: "Imaginary Internet you are the best!"

Fun Facts

  • Beaver pushed the computer mouse off the side of the desk between the third and fourth frames.
  • James had to ask his girlfriend what the colors of Google were.
  • Both Beaver and Steve are either right-handed or ambidextrous. Beaver can type with six fingers total (and not "pecking" at the keyboard, one finger at a time).
  • Beaver and Steve share a computer.
  • Beaver and Steve live in the United States, since has a UK under Google, whereas the US Google site has no such addition.
  • exists, but is unfortunately not what you'd think.
  • The caret is improperly shown in the search field. The caret is only sideways in a DOS prompt; in Windows the caret is shown as an I-beam.


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