import antigravity

I was looking through Python 3.0's standard library today (/usr/lib/python30/) to see what had changed, and found this interesting tidbit: apparently, "import antigravity" now works, and opens up a web browser pointing to the classic XKCD comic. Doesn't seem like this has been backported to 2.6 yet :-). I guess that's another nice easter egg to add to the list, along with import this and from __future__ import braces. Note that, ironically, since prints need parentheses now, the code in the comic won't actually work in Python 3.0.

Also, here's the SVN changeset where antigravity was implemented in Python.