21 pages of questions posed about landmarks and everyday objects like dollar bills and the like. Some of the questions have little footnotes giving some insight into the answers behind these questions although I’m not sure how well researched this all is.
However there are some pretty interesting observations made though…
the Vatican courtyard is in the shape of a keyhole – and doesn’t the design in the centre look a bit like the Union Jack flag?
“Last month went by pretty quickly didn’t it? One month is not a very long time, but the fact of the matter is that the life expectancy (in the United States) is only about 936 months. Life sure looks different to me when I can see my whole life displayed before me as 936 little blobs.”
Do you remember when the World Wide Web was in its infancy / toddler years? Websites looked so much simpler. Or did they? I would venture that site navigation is a whole lot easier these days. The Yahoo! site, for example, was a bewildering list of categories and sub-categories listed on the front page without much of a thought for aesthetics at all.
This site is here to remind you of the bad old days…actually if you’ve seen the rest of this site (www.baanliam.com) you’ll probably realize that I haven’t bothered to redesign much since I first published back in 2004 – yep, I’m a lazy bugger!
1. There’s a website AND 2. It’s an active website AND 3. There’s a double meaning AND 4. It’s not deliberate
There’s some very unfortunate examples on this page – for example: – 1hourscrap.com – which is a site about scrapbook making – analtech.com – which is about analytical technology products – arsequipment.com – which is about asphalt maintenance
“A new game is out on Facebook called “lying down game”. The point of the game is that people post a picture of themselves lying somewhere. So that means in the middle of the road, bars, trees and so on.”