March 20, 2006

Web 2.0 or Star Wars character?

Writing about web page http://www.cerado.com/web20quiz.htm

Do you know whether brakiss, trumba and eskobo are Star Wars characters or Web 2.0 apps? How about nilo, qoop or oola? Take the quiz and discover the awful, yet hilarious, truth for yourself.

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  1. Ha ha! If I didn't know anything about Star Wars I woud have been at a loss. However, I picked the out the Star Wars Names I knew and picked the rest as Web 2.0 apps. I got 32!

    20 Mar 2006, 22:56

  2. 24, and I know little about either.

    21 Mar 2006, 04:42

  3. A slightly-better-than-statistical 26 :-)

    21 Mar 2006, 10:47

  4. 36 apparently.. what does that mean.. :p

    21 Mar 2006, 17:53

  5. That you're a geek!

    21 Mar 2006, 23:52

  6. Christian Menniss

    I got 36 as well – does that make me a geek too? Please say no!

    28 May 2007, 00:16

  7. Dan Lopez

    39! Best yet! Yeah, half of those were really easy. For the rest, I just went with what sounded like a SW name and what didn’t (and I also knew one of the Web 2.0 Apps, believe it or not)

    01 Jun 2007, 20:28

  8. Dan Lopez

    So I went back and went through correcting until I had a 43…. there were only 2 SW characters I didn’t know!!

    01 Jun 2007, 20:39

  9. josh

    ha 41 first try

    09 Jun 2007, 10:26


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