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    Friday
    Jul232004

    Best. Ad. Ever.

    INFO SCIENCE: The following billboard has been showing up a few places. (Seattle and Silicon Valley, from what I've read. I must say, that billboard along a highway is pretty goddamn dangerous.)







    Pretty cryptic, no? Well, I'm not going to spoil it for you (unless you want me to) but I'll just say that solving it leads to another question. This puzzle is even more cryptic and I personally would never have the patience to solve it. If you would like the answer explained by someone mathier then me, click here. (If you would like me to never use a fake word like "mathier" again, please email me.)



    But if you want to bypass all these profundities, cut to the chase and read the final message.



    It's interesting; I used Google to solve a puzzle by Google, without actually doing any of the hard work myself. This is the future people!


    Reader Comments (1)

    haha, boy oh boy, it is the future, eh?

    August 24, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterJane

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