David K. Israel at 10:32 am Wed, Apr 27, 2011
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link brought me to a malware site
I’m not getting any malware issues. If you want to e-mail me with your OS and browser, we can check.
Got 100%. Yikes.
I’m going outside.
I was miffed on the Topeka one because I knew it was because we renamed our capital for a month to Google,Kansas. And Google changed its name in response…I had no Idea it was also on April Fools.
i clicked on the twaggies ad and it took me to their site which immediately started a virus crap.
OK, I’m pissed. It said I got 3 wrong, but when I check the answers, it claimed I’d given completely nonsensical answers to those three, which I hadn’t…if anything, they were the three I was most certain of.
100%, darn it. So there.
I was sure that the fractal one had to be Mandelbrot’s birthday, even though the o was clearly a Julia set, because who the hell knows who Gaston Julia was, except for complete and utter Ã¼ber-dorks.
Oh, Google, why do you keep making me love you? I want to hate you, but I just can’t!
Yeah, that one’s unfair – The ‘G’ is the Mandelbrot set, and the ‘o’ is a Julia set.
Only 8/12 for me.
I got 58%, I suck!!!.
11/12 ain’t bad… I was over confident with the Mondrian one… Damn cubists.
I guess I WAS right, but for some reason it said I was incorrect,WTF!!!! I studied Mondrian, can spot a Mondrian reference from 2 miles, why did it say I was incorrect?
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The Earth is small, but not as small as we sometimes like to think. New life forms are discovered all the time, right under our noses.
Via Bibliodyssey, the earliest known European depictions of Native Americans by John White, de Bry, and others, in the late 16th century.
Phil Noto created this Battleshoe for a show of sneaker art at the Bold Hype gallery in NYC.
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