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Free and Open SourceSoftware Club of SRECQUIZ BY RAJSHRI MOHAN K S (III – CSE) WITH VALUABLE INPUTS FROMPRASHANTH (IV – CSE)
Rules   3 rounds   10 questions each   No negatives. Make wild guesses    All are infinite bounce.
Round 1 – FOSS!   Dedicated to Free and Open    Source stuff.   10 questions.   Each question is worth 5 pts.   Passin...
Question 1 – Teaser :P   Logo of…?
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Answer 1 – Teaser :P   Official Logo of the Open Source Initiative.
Question 2   ID this iconic person.
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Answer 2   Richard Matthew Stallman,    the founder of the GNU project.
Question 3   “Hello everybody out there using minix - I’m doing a (free) operating    system (just a hobby, won’t be big ...
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Answer 3   Linus Torvalds talking about Linux in a community forum.   The original discussion can still be found here: h...
Question 4   Mark Shuttleworth, a South African entrepreneur, gained worldwide fame    on 25 April 2002 as the second sel...
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Answer 4   He founded Canonical Ltd. which develops the Ubuntu Operating System.
Question 5   This is Larry Ewing. He created the Ximian    monkey logo [shown below]. But his claim    to fame is for des...
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Answer 5   He designed Tux, the Linux mascot.   Ewing created Tux using the first public    version of GIMP and released...
Question 6   This Linux flavor is the one which introduced the concept of LiveCD to the    world.   It was the first eve...
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Answer 6   Knoppix.
Question 7   Warty Warthog (4.10), Hoary Hedgehog (5.04), Breezy Badger    (5.10), Dapper Drake (6.06 LTS), Edgy Eft (6.1...
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Answer 7   Long Term Support.   It means that Canonical Inc., the creators of Ubuntu, would provide    updates and paid ...
Question 8   What‟s so special about Vores øl    (Danish for Our Beer!)..?
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Answer 8   It is the world‟s first Open Source Beer    The recipe is published under a Creative    Commons license, spe...
Question 9   The Wikipedia entry for this immensely popular Open Source electronic    prototyping platform reads thus:   ...
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Answer 9   Arduino
Question 10   Logo of…?
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Answer 10   Copyleft licensing.   It is a play on the word    copyright and is used to    denote free and shareable    s...
End of Round 1
Round 2 – A Mixed Bag   Insane mix of all things.   No particular topic.   10 questions.   Each question is worth 5 pt...
Question 1 - Teaser   What is the name given to the 2D    matrix type barcodes shown to the    right?   [I want the full...
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Answer 1   Quick Response (QR) code.   The QR code on the right actually    contains the message, “This is a QR    code ...
Question 2   An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, this 38 – year    old novelist, originally wante...
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Answer 2   Amish Tripathi   The three books in the trilogy are:        The Immortals of Meluha        The Secret of Na...
Question 3   Connect.
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Answer 3   All are Google‟s April Fool Hoaxes.   Aside: Gmail was actually introduced on April 1st, 2004. Many ignored i...
Question 4   On May 22, 2012, Google acquired which famous mobile phone    manufacturing company?
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Answer 4   Motorola Mobility
Question 5   Sachin Tendulkar has been involved in six 200 run partnerships in ODI    matches.   This is a world record ...
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Answer 5   Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid
Question 6   Identify this famous personality.
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Question 6   Steve Wozniak, co – founder, Apple Inc.
Question 7   This is Neha Kapur, winner of Miss    India 2006. On December    2011, she married a famed British    Indian...
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Answer 7   Kunal Nayyar   Best known for his role as Dr.    Rajesh Koothrappali in the sitcom    the Big Bang Theory.
Question 8   When nominated to the Rajya Sabha in 1986, this legendary author‟s first    and only speech was a plea to th...
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Answer 8   R K Narayan
Question 9   Fill the blank        Walmart        McDonalds        National Health Service        China National Petr...
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Answer 9   Walmart   McDonalds   National Health Service   China National Petroleum Corporation   State Grid Corporat...
Question 10   UrbanDictionary.com defines    this term as “An otherwise    normal photo that has been    ruined or spoile...
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Answer 10   Photobombing
End of Round 2
Round 3 – Another Mixed Bag   No particular topic.   10+ questions.   Each question is worth 5 pts.   Passing a questi...
Question 1   Logo of…?
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Answer 1   Python
Question 2   Characters from which    game? [I want exact    answer]
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Answer 2   Angry Birds: Star Wars
Question 3   Name this Spanish festival.
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Answer 3   La Tomatina
Question 4   ID.
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Answer 4   Vinod Dham, popularly known as the Father of the Pentium chip.
Question 5   This font was introduced by Google in Android 4.0 as standard UI font for    all Android versions henceforth...
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Answer 5   Roboto
Question 6   Originally made in Nîmes, France, this fabric was intended for use by    miners.   The André family which m...
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Answer 6   Denims (French for "from Nîmes" (de Nîmes))
Question 7   This contraption was originally used to    harness the power of animals or    humans to do work, usually to ...
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Answer 7   Treadmill
Question 8   This is the entrance to Google‟s    corporate headquarters located at    1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in    Mou...
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Answer 8   Googleplex (a portmanteau of    google and complex)   Also a reference to the number    googolplex = 10^10100...
Question 9   Minimalist poster for…?
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Answer 9   Skyfall
Question 10   Pavitr Prabhakar, a simple Indian boy from a remote village, moves to Mumbai with his    Aunt Maya and Uncl...
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Answer 10   Spider Man: India comics   Created by Sharad Devarajan, Suresh    Seetharaman, and Jeevan J. Kang in    coll...
Question 11   A. R. Rahman had his first foreign movie score in a non-English language    film.   Which language and whi...
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Answer 11   Chinese   Warriors of Heaven and Earth
Question 12   Life of Pi, the movie is adapted from whose literary work with the same    name?
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Answer 12   Yann Martel
Question 13   Steve Jobs was quoted as saying to John Sculley, “Do you want to keep    selling beverages or come with me ...
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Answer 13   John Sculley was the then CEO of Coca-cola.   Steve Jobs lured him to be the CEO of Apple Inc. after Steve W...
Question 14   Why is Doomsday popular in comics?
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Answer 14   He killed Superman. :P
Question 15   What is common to Orkut, Post-it Notes and Gmail in terms of their origin?
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Answer 15   They were all products of permitted bootlegging.   Employees in a company may do their own projects (not the...
Question 16   Aval oru inthup pen (1992)   Nadantha kathai (1992)   Suruthi ceratha rakangkal (1992)   Muppadhu nalum ...
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Answer 16   “Kavignar” Kannadasan
Question 17   “I will be stopping X at the end of the year. This was not a recent or an easy    decision, and I leave wit...
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Answer 17   Calvin and Hobbes!
Question 18   A scene from Bruce    Almighty starring    Jim Carrey.   What is the device    he is holding?
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Answer 18   A Pager!
Question 19   Identify this world famous    person.
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Answer 19   Robert Downey Jr.
Question 20   Planes is an upcoming animated film scheduled to be released in 2013.   It is a direct to video spin-off o...
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Answer 20   Cars!
Question 21   In 1970, this magazine became the first gentlemans magazine to be    printed in braille.   Which magazine?
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Answer 21   Playboy
Question 22   His speed in terms of reacting + punching from a distance of 3 ft. away was determined    to be around 0.05...
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Answer 22   Bruce Lee
Question 23   Google Doodle for…?
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Answer 23   Google Doodle for 82nd B‟Day of Anant Pai, creator of the Amar Chitra    Kathas.
Question 24   We all know Intel and AMD manufacture and sell processors.   What is the full form of their names?   I wi...
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Answer 24   Intel = Integrated Electronics   AMD = American Micro Devices
Question 25   Windows 98   Windows 98 SE   Windows 2000   _______________   Windows XP   Windows Vista   …   Fill ...
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Answer 25   Windows 98   Windows 98 SE   Windows 2000   Windows ME   Windows XP   Windows Vista   …
Thank You   Madhumathi ma‟m and other faculty, for    giving me this opportunity.   The participants, for bearing with m...
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  1. 1. Free and Open SourceSoftware Club of SRECQUIZ BY RAJSHRI MOHAN K S (III – CSE) WITH VALUABLE INPUTS FROMPRASHANTH (IV – CSE)
  2. 2. Rules 3 rounds 10 questions each No negatives. Make wild guesses  All are infinite bounce.
  3. 3. Round 1 – FOSS! Dedicated to Free and Open Source stuff. 10 questions. Each question is worth 5 pts. Passing a question does not decrease its value. Puleeezz make guesses! :P Here goes…
  4. 4. Question 1 – Teaser :P Logo of…?
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  6. 6. Answer 1 – Teaser :P Official Logo of the Open Source Initiative.
  7. 7. Question 2 ID this iconic person.
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  9. 9. Answer 2 Richard Matthew Stallman, the founder of the GNU project.
  10. 10. Question 3 “Hello everybody out there using minix - I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. This has been brewing since April, and is starting to get ready. I’d like any feedback on things people like/dislike in minix, as my OS resembles it somewhat(same physical layout of the file-system (due to practical reasons) among other things).” … “PS. Yes — it’s free of any minix code, and it has a multi-threaded fs. It is NOT portable (uses 386 task switching etc), and it probably never will support anything other than AT-harddisks, as that’s all I have :-(.” Whose post?
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  12. 12. Answer 3 Linus Torvalds talking about Linux in a community forum. The original discussion can still be found here: http://bit.ly/SREC-1
  13. 13. Question 4 Mark Shuttleworth, a South African entrepreneur, gained worldwide fame on 25 April 2002 as the second self-funded space tourist and the first-ever African in space. Flying through Space Adventures, he launched aboard the Russian Soyuz TM-34 mission as a spaceflight participant, paying approximately US$ 20 million for the voyage. He has a private jet, a Bombardier Global Express, which is often referred to as Canonical One. Apart from being a really cool dude, what‟s his most important contribution to the Open Source movement?
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  15. 15. Answer 4 He founded Canonical Ltd. which develops the Ubuntu Operating System.
  16. 16. Question 5 This is Larry Ewing. He created the Ximian monkey logo [shown below]. But his claim to fame is for designing the mascot which we all know today. Which mascot and what is its name?
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  18. 18. Answer 5 He designed Tux, the Linux mascot. Ewing created Tux using the first public version of GIMP and released it with the following condition: “Permission to use and/or modify this image is granted provided you acknowledge me lewing@isc.tamu.edu and The GIMP if someone asks.” Ewing, interestingly is also involved in the development of GIMP.
  19. 19. Question 6 This Linux flavor is the one which introduced the concept of LiveCD to the world. It was the first ever OS to incorporate this feature which allowed it to run directly off a CD/DVD or USB drive without needing to be installed on a user‟s hard drive. It was created by Klaus Knopper. Identify this revolutionary Linux flavor.
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  21. 21. Answer 6 Knoppix.
  22. 22. Question 7 Warty Warthog (4.10), Hoary Hedgehog (5.04), Breezy Badger (5.10), Dapper Drake (6.06 LTS), Edgy Eft (6.10), Feisty Fawn (7.04), Gutsy Gibbon (7.10), Hardy Heron (8.04 LTS), Intrepid Ibex (8.10), Jaunty Jackalope (9.04), Karmic Koala (9.10), Lucid Lynx (10.04 LTS), Maverick Meerkat (10.10), Natty Narwhal (11.04), Oneiric Ocelot (11.10), Precise Pangolin (12.04 LTS), Quantal Quetzal (12.10), Raring Ringtail (13.04)… All the above are Ubuntu version code names. What does the term LTS included in certain versions mean?
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  24. 24. Answer 7 Long Term Support. It means that Canonical Inc., the creators of Ubuntu, would provide updates and paid support for those versions for as long as 5 years.
  25. 25. Question 8 What‟s so special about Vores øl (Danish for Our Beer!)..?
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  27. 27. Answer 8 It is the world‟s first Open Source Beer  The recipe is published under a Creative Commons license, specifically the Attribution-ShareAlike license. It was created by students at the IT-University in Copenhagen together with Superflex, a Copenhagen-based artist collective, to illustrate how concepts of the free software movement might be applied outside the digital world.
  28. 28. Question 9 The Wikipedia entry for this immensely popular Open Source electronic prototyping platform reads thus: “In 2005, in Ivrea, Italy (main site of the computer company Olivetti), a project was initiated to make a device for controlling student-built interaction design projects with less expense than with other prototyping systems available at the time. Founders Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles named the project after Arduin of Ivrea, the main historical character of the town.” Name it.
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  30. 30. Answer 9 Arduino
  31. 31. Question 10 Logo of…?
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  33. 33. Answer 10 Copyleft licensing. It is a play on the word copyright and is used to denote free and shareable software/hardware/ideas unlike copyrighted ones, which cannot be shared.
  34. 34. End of Round 1
  35. 35. Round 2 – A Mixed Bag Insane mix of all things. No particular topic. 10 questions. Each question is worth 5 pts. Passing a question does not decrease its value. Infinite bounce again.
  36. 36. Question 1 - Teaser What is the name given to the 2D matrix type barcodes shown to the right? [I want the full name and NOT the abbreviation]
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  38. 38. Answer 1 Quick Response (QR) code. The QR code on the right actually contains the message, “This is a QR code right? What is the expansion for a QR code?”
  39. 39. Question 2 An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, this 38 – year old novelist, originally wanted to be an historian. But as fate would be it, he got employed in the financial services industry where he worked for 14 years. After the stint in financial services, he retired to writing and his debut work, the first book in the Shiva Trilogy, received immense critical acclaim and is still a best seller. ID the author. A bonus of 10 pts. to any team who gives the names of all three books in the Shiva Trilogy.
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  41. 41. Answer 2 Amish Tripathi The three books in the trilogy are:  The Immortals of Meluha  The Secret of Nagas  The Oath of the Vayuputras (yet to be released!)
  42. 42. Question 3 Connect.
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  44. 44. Answer 3 All are Google‟s April Fool Hoaxes. Aside: Gmail was actually introduced on April 1st, 2004. Many ignored it as they thought it was a hoax.
  45. 45. Question 4 On May 22, 2012, Google acquired which famous mobile phone manufacturing company?
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  47. 47. Answer 4 Motorola Mobility
  48. 48. Question 5 Sachin Tendulkar has been involved in six 200 run partnerships in ODI matches. This is a world record which he shares with two other players. ID the two players.
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  50. 50. Answer 5 Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid
  51. 51. Question 6 Identify this famous personality.
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  53. 53. Question 6 Steve Wozniak, co – founder, Apple Inc.
  54. 54. Question 7 This is Neha Kapur, winner of Miss India 2006. On December 2011, she married a famed British Indian actor [right]. ID the actor and the role he is best know for.
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  56. 56. Answer 7 Kunal Nayyar Best known for his role as Dr. Rajesh Koothrappali in the sitcom the Big Bang Theory.
  57. 57. Question 8 When nominated to the Rajya Sabha in 1986, this legendary author‟s first and only speech was a plea to the government asking to reduce the weight of the school bags as he felt they are a real burden to children. Hint: He is often compared to Guy de Maupassant for his expressive style of writing. (that didn’t help, did it?)
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  59. 59. Answer 8 R K Narayan
  60. 60. Question 9 Fill the blank  Walmart  McDonalds  National Health Service  China National Petroleum Corporation  State Grid Corporation of China  _________________  Hon Hai Precision Industry (Foxconn)  … (non exhaustive list)
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  62. 62. Answer 9 Walmart McDonalds National Health Service China National Petroleum Corporation State Grid Corporation of China Indian Railways Hon Hai Precision Industry (Foxconn) … (non exhaustive list) BBC’s 2012 list of top employers excluding armed forces of nations.
  63. 63. Question 10 UrbanDictionary.com defines this term as “An otherwise normal photo that has been ruined or spoiled by someone who was not supposed to be in the photograph.” Examples are to the right. Which modern term?
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  65. 65. Answer 10 Photobombing
  66. 66. End of Round 2
  67. 67. Round 3 – Another Mixed Bag No particular topic. 10+ questions. Each question is worth 5 pts. Passing a question does not decrease its value. Infinite bounce again.
  68. 68. Question 1 Logo of…?
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  70. 70. Answer 1 Python
  71. 71. Question 2 Characters from which game? [I want exact answer]
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  73. 73. Answer 2 Angry Birds: Star Wars
  74. 74. Question 3 Name this Spanish festival.
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  76. 76. Answer 3 La Tomatina
  77. 77. Question 4 ID.
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  79. 79. Answer 4 Vinod Dham, popularly known as the Father of the Pentium chip.
  80. 80. Question 5 This font was introduced by Google in Android 4.0 as standard UI font for all Android versions henceforth. Give the name.
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  82. 82. Answer 5 Roboto
  83. 83. Question 6 Originally made in Nîmes, France, this fabric was intended for use by miners. The André family which made them, dyed the fabric with indigo dye traditionally to make blue „jeans‟. What popular modern day clothing are we talking about?
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  85. 85. Answer 6 Denims (French for "from Nîmes" (de Nîmes))
  86. 86. Question 7 This contraption was originally used to harness the power of animals or humans to do work, usually to grind flour. In later times they were also used as punishment devices for people sentenced to hard labour in prisons. In modern times, the usage has totally changed with them being related to health and fitness. Which 9 letter word are we talking about?
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  88. 88. Answer 7 Treadmill
  89. 89. Question 8 This is the entrance to Google‟s corporate headquarters located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, Santa Clara County, California, United States, near San Jose. What is the building called?
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  91. 91. Answer 8 Googleplex (a portmanteau of google and complex) Also a reference to the number googolplex = 10^10100 as Google was a corruption of googol (=10100)
  92. 92. Question 9 Minimalist poster for…?
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  94. 94. Answer 9 Skyfall
  95. 95. Question 10 Pavitr Prabhakar, a simple Indian boy from a remote village, moves to Mumbai with his Aunt Maya and Uncle Bhim to study after getting half a scholarship. Other students at his new school tease him and beat him for his studious nature and simple background. He knows his Uncle Bhim is struggling to support him and his Aunt Maya, and pay his school fees. Only Meera Jain, a popular girl from his school, befriends him. Meanwhile, Nalin Oberoi, a local crime lord, uses an amulet to perform an ancient ritual in which he is possessed by a demon committed to opening a gate for other demons to invade Earth. While being chased by bullies, Pavitr Prabhakar encounters an ancient yogi who grants him the powers of a spider, in order to fight the evil that threatens the world. While discovering his powers, Pavitr Prabhakar refuses to help a woman being attacked by several men. He leaves the place, but comes back when he hears his uncle cry out, and discovers that he has been slain. He learns that Bhim was stabbed when he tried to help the woman. Pavitr Prabhakar understands that with great power comes great responsibility, and swears to use his powers for the good of others. [continues…] Plot of..?
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  97. 97. Answer 10 Spider Man: India comics Created by Sharad Devarajan, Suresh Seetharaman, and Jeevan J. Kang in collaboration with Marvel Comics, it ran only for 4 issues. (Obviously :P )
  98. 98. Question 11 A. R. Rahman had his first foreign movie score in a non-English language film. Which language and which film?
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  100. 100. Answer 11 Chinese Warriors of Heaven and Earth
  101. 101. Question 12 Life of Pi, the movie is adapted from whose literary work with the same name?
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  103. 103. Answer 12 Yann Martel
  104. 104. Question 13 Steve Jobs was quoted as saying to John Sculley, “Do you want to keep selling beverages or come with me and change the world?” Who was John Sculley and what is the importance of this quote in the history of computing?
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  106. 106. Answer 13 John Sculley was the then CEO of Coca-cola. Steve Jobs lured him to be the CEO of Apple Inc. after Steve Wozniak stepped down as the CEO of Apple. This was considered Steve Job‟s biggest mistake as Apple faced a heavy downfall under his leadership. Consequently Steve Jobs fired him and took the place of a CEO himself. And the rest is history 
  107. 107. Question 14 Why is Doomsday popular in comics?
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  109. 109. Answer 14 He killed Superman. :P
  110. 110. Question 15 What is common to Orkut, Post-it Notes and Gmail in terms of their origin?
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  112. 112. Answer 15 They were all products of permitted bootlegging. Employees in a company may do their own projects (not the company‟s) during company work hours. This is illegal according to the terms of many companies. But sometimes if the product is really good enough, and the company sees interest in it, the company may take the product into its own hands and may release it in its own brand. This situation in known as permitted bootlegging.
  113. 113. Question 16 Aval oru inthup pen (1992) Nadantha kathai (1992) Suruthi ceratha rakangkal (1992) Muppadhu nalum pournami (1992) Ayiram thIvu angkayarkanni (1992) Athaivida rakasiyam (1992) Kathal konda thennadu (1992) Vilakku mattuma sivappu (1992) Athaivida ragasiyam (1981) Novels by…??
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  115. 115. Answer 16 “Kavignar” Kannadasan
  116. 116. Question 17 “I will be stopping X at the end of the year. This was not a recent or an easy decision, and I leave with some sadness. My interests have shifted however, and I believe Ive done what I can do within the constraints of daily deadlines and small panels. I am eager to work at a more thoughtful pace, with fewer artistic compromises. I have not yet decided on future projects, but my relationship with Universal Press Syndicate will continue. That so many newspapers would carry X is an honor Ill long be proud of, and Ive greatly appreciated your support and indulgence over the last decade. Drawing this comic strip has been a privilege and a pleasure, and I thank you for giving me the opportunity.” The above are the words of Bill Watterson, creator of the famous comic strip X. The last official strip of X came out on a Sunday, December 31, 1995. What is X?
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  118. 118. Answer 17 Calvin and Hobbes!
  119. 119. Question 18 A scene from Bruce Almighty starring Jim Carrey. What is the device he is holding?
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  121. 121. Answer 18 A Pager!
  122. 122. Question 19 Identify this world famous person.
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  124. 124. Answer 19 Robert Downey Jr.
  125. 125. Question 20 Planes is an upcoming animated film scheduled to be released in 2013. It is a direct to video spin-off of which previously released movie??
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  127. 127. Answer 20 Cars!
  128. 128. Question 21 In 1970, this magazine became the first gentlemans magazine to be printed in braille. Which magazine?
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  130. 130. Answer 21 Playboy
  131. 131. Question 22 His speed in terms of reacting + punching from a distance of 3 ft. away was determined to be around 0.05 second; from 5 ft. away it was around 0.08 second. He could take in one arm a 75 lb barbell from a standing position with the barbell held flush against his chest and slowly stick his arms out locking them, holding the barbell there for several seconds. In a speed demonstration, he could snatch a dime off a persons open palm before they could close it, and leave a penny behind. He performed one-hand push-ups using only the thumb and index finger and 50 reps of one-arm chin-ups. He could cause a 300-lb (136.08 kg) bag to fly towards and thump the ceiling with a sidekick. He held an elevated v-sit position for 30 minutes or longer. Whom are we talking about?
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  133. 133. Answer 22 Bruce Lee
  134. 134. Question 23 Google Doodle for…?
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  136. 136. Answer 23 Google Doodle for 82nd B‟Day of Anant Pai, creator of the Amar Chitra Kathas.
  137. 137. Question 24 We all know Intel and AMD manufacture and sell processors. What is the full form of their names? I will give it only if you answer both.
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  139. 139. Answer 24 Intel = Integrated Electronics AMD = American Micro Devices
  140. 140. Question 25 Windows 98 Windows 98 SE Windows 2000 _______________ Windows XP Windows Vista … Fill in the dash.
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  142. 142. Answer 25 Windows 98 Windows 98 SE Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP Windows Vista …
  143. 143. Thank You Madhumathi ma‟m and other faculty, for giving me this opportunity. The participants, for bearing with me. The audience, for watching this patiently  Signing off: Rajshri Mohan K S

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