Google And New York Times Launch Daily Trivia Game
A Google A Day demonstrates that product innovation and marketing can take many forms - including a free trivia game that demonstrates our Google dependence by preventing you from using the product in question to solve it.
A Google A Day is a trivia game and puzzle that aims to stump players attempting to ‘cheat’ their way out with a simple Internet search. Consider it an advanced lesson in using Google Search; with questions like ‘Two future presidents signed me. Two didn’t because they were abroad. Despite my importance, modern viewers seem to think I have a glaring spelling error. What is it?’ The trivia questions will be featured on A Google A Day and during weekdays above the crossword puzzle in The New York Times, with answers running the next day on the paper. The puzzle begins running today in the Times Tuesday.
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