For my last blog entry, I thought we could all play The Game. Lance has generously offered $26 in prizes; the first commenter to identify any given person wins a buck (you need to post non-anonymously, obviously). One rule: no poster is allowed to identify him- or herself. Hint: the number 26 has its obvious significance. Caveat: some of this was done with Google Image Search; if I got the wrong person, I apologise.
Friday, August 26, 2005
The Game (by Ryan O'Donnell)
Adam Klivans and Rocco Servedio and I used to play what we called The Game. To play The Game, you email the others a picture of a person in theoretical computer science. The others' job is to identify that person. I was reminded of The Game recently when looking at Homin Lee's look sharp, think sharp, act sharp page. No one gets any points for identifying the people on that page -- they're way too easy. (Also the pictures are links to home pages.)