Google posted this on its blog. Why do they always seem to know how to make people feel like they’re a simple company! Anyway you can find the answer by connecting to the website hyperlinked to at the end of this post.
As a little bonus for my fellow employees who were around during the winter, I held a little on-campus contest. I took 130 photographs of things around the buildings and challenged people to identify them and go to the location, where they’d then have to find a little hidden sticker with a letter on it. They’d email the letter to me to confirm that they found the location. I thought our blog readers might find it interesting to identify what’s in these photographs, which were some of the more challenging pictures.
-Wei-Hwa Huang, Software Engineer
|Cvaonyy znpuvar (Onyyl “Fcrpgehz”).||Neebj sebz n “Bar
Jnl” fgerrg fvta.
|Jngre obggyrf (FznegJngre
|Cbby gnoyr cbpxrg, nf ivrjrq sebz orybj.||Fgevatf vafvqr n onol tenaq
sbe Vyyl Rfcerffb.
|Fgneg ohggba sbe ivqrb tnzr znpuvar.||Lryybj (nzore) fgerrg
|“Ivfvgbe Ybool” fvta nf ivrjrq sebz vafvqr.|
To decode the fuzzy text, copy the annotations and paste them at this site.