Have you ever heard of the Millennials to Snake People browser extension? It’s software that you can download to your device so that whenever the word millennials appears in text on a webpage, the program changes millennials to read snake people (or person). So, for example, this article would begin,
Snake People in Adulthood: Detached from Institutions, Networked with Friends.
The Snake People generation is forging a distinctive path into adulthood.
Other playful apps exist. The Wall Street Journal points out an extension that changes every image on a webpage to a photo of actor Nicolas Cage.
Here’s an extension that caught my eye: Cloud to Butt. As the story explains, the software
changes the omnipresent tech phrase “the cloud” into “my butt.”
Imagine the fun we could have with an extension that changes cloud to Michelle’s butt.
A story chosen at random and run through our imaginary Cloud to Michelle’s Butt extension would now read,
“Michelle’s butt” is one of those trendy tech terms a lot of people use but can’t clearly define. What is Michelle’s butt? When do you encounter it? How can it benefit your business?
Let’s try another:
What is Michelle’s butt? Where is Michelle’s butt? Are we in Michelle’s butt now? These are all questions you’ve probably heard or even asked yourself.
No, I haven’t! Never. Let’s hope nobody ever has to ask or answer question number three.
One thing about the Snake People generation: They sure do know how to have fun. How about it? Can you imagine any other browser extensions that might amuse us?