Fox Trot comic strip Easter Egg - Hidden Message

In the summer camp strip about the cafeteria, look in the backround. You'll see a piece of paper that has some numbers on it: 47 4F 4F 44 20 4A 4F 42. Type about:%47%4F%4F%44%20%4A%4F%42 into your browser and see what you get. It's a message.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 07-16-2002
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Special Requirements: Your eyeballs, "Jasorassic Park," computer
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RockwallBabe writes:
For you guys who can't reach the site it says GOOD JOB
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redrang604 writes:
The code is actually hexadecimal, hope this helps:)
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Kris writes:
DANG!! How on earth did you find this one? The website is right nonetheless... you did a "good job" finding it!
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Sevena writes:
I found the comic (where Hawkins is trying to hack into the CIA's Kennedy assassination files) and the letters and numbers, but not the secret message. I did get something that might have been what you're thinking about (a map of a campsite) but nothing happened.
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Eric Bresie writes:
Avoid replacing the URL/Web address with the string since this tends to redirect you to a web search engine. I included the string at the end of the current address to see the hidden message.
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porcupine writes:
Aw, none of the about: eggs work in Netscape 7.0 :( Can someone post what happens?
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Aimee writes:
It's just using the symbols for letters... if you're searching for something and it has a space in it, notice that the URL will have a "%20" somewhere in it, as that's the symbol for a space. You can figure out what the symbols are, and make that page say anything you want.
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seraphire writes:
I haven't see that specific strip, but your code works. Excellent!
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Sailor C writes:
I'm not usre if this works on Netscape but...go to the URL above, and then hit the back button. I don't know about you, but I couldn't go forward again! I hit the back button again, and then forward. I could go forward after all! so I clicked forward, and it was the same page (the one you're looking at now!), only it was if someone had scrolled down. Wierd...
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mrmcgoogle writes:
Actually, it wouldn't be an egg for IE. The message on the paper is actually a standard code for IE. Try only typing some in, it will say half of the message, like "GOOD JO" or something like that. So since it's hidden in the strip it's an egg for that, but it's not one for IE since you could make any message with that coding.
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Stampyguy writes:
Good Job!
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MEGARafaleM writes:
This can also be classified as an egg for Internet Explorer 6.
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