December 11, 2009

Identify this interpretation of a concept from the New Testament by the painter X. There are many others as well including one by a now unfashionable band.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by Albrecht Durer. Correctly answered by Teki.



July 30, 2009

Well The answer was Qt, the app dev framework used in a lot of cross platform GUIs. Katoch got to it, I remember.

The first image is from two stupid dogs – Ain’t that ‘cute’, but its wrooooong!’ Qt is pronounced cute
Now KDE was based on Qt, which wasn’t really free as in free beer and speech, so there was a lot of controversy which led to the development of GNOME (Interesting, eh?)
Qt was developed by a company called Trolltech, hence the troll
It was acquired by Nokia in ’08, thus the Nokia headquarters snap.

Loads of identifies

July 2, 2009


1. Easy one

Au Revoir?

Au Revoir?

2. Identify the gent(s)

The gents

The gents

3. Watisthis? And what popularized this?

The foot?

The foot?

4. Identify. Be specific.

5. Identify the Duo.

6. Related to the above. Identify.



7. Identify.

8. Identify.

9. Who said “‘ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today ”

10. Identify The dentist's?

Well No one even tried. Sheesh.
1. Farrah Fawcett
2. Pinky and Snowball from the cartoon Pinky and the Brain
3. Python’s foot, from the Monty Python’s Flying Circus
4. Garfield Minus Garfield
5. Ludakrishna and Vikram MC (Remember Welcome to India?)
6. Wierd Al Yankovic
7. Linear B (Oldest form of Mycenaen writing)
8. Age of Empires I – The priests! Wolololo!
9. Wimpy!
10. Thats the Kensington lock. It is used to lock a laptop. Thats the the slot behind your laptop. Yes.