Welcome to the Builder Geek Trivia page. The game is easy. Each week we will provide five questions on any random topic for you to answer. The first reader to e-mail us with all five answers correct will be crowned the "Geek of the week".
So what are you waiting for? Get going already!
Geek of the Week
|Occupation||Student, Year 12|
|Favourite Web site||www.digitalblasphemy.com|
|Linux or Windows?||Windows|
|Best invention?||Hardware MP3 players|
|Favourite Movie||The Matrix, Pulp Fiction|
What were Microsoft's code names for Windows 98 and 95 prior to their release?
What does CRUD stand for in this article?
Which Muppet throws boomerang fish?
From the Simpsons, what is the name of C. Montgomery Burns' brother?
In which BBC comedy series was the phrase "ecky thump" first used?
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Last Week's Answers
From The Simpsons, name five inventions of Professor Frink.
Answers: Death Ray, Gamble-Tron 2000, Radio Controlled aeroplane for babies, Robot bear, Run-away house, 77X42 super sour ball, Flying Motorcycle, Frinkahedron, Frinkiac-7 Computer, AT-5000 Auto-Dialler (Frink's first patent), Chess-playing robot arm, Virtual Chilli, M. C. Escher's 'Cricket Stumps', Floyd the robot, Mood Pants, Matter Transporter, Visible Computer, Hamburger Earmuffs, Radio-Source Finding Ear Trumpet, Monsterometer, Flipper-Finder, Hoax-a-scope, Frog Exaggerator, Sarcasm Detector
What does IDL stand for in this article?
Answer: Interface Definition Language
In the Goons, who is Hercules Grytpype-Thynne's criminal partner?
Answer: Count Jim "Thighs" Moriarty
The Berkeley Computer Corporation had been formed in 1968 to build a supercomputer that could accommodate up to five hundred users at a time. The ambitious project attracted a group of enthusiastic young computer scientists, who produced groundbreaking developments, including virtual memory. What year did the Corporation close it's doors?
Which company in 1981 developed the first computer on the market to boast a mouse and a point-and-click interface?
Answer: Xerox — STAR 8010