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Question 28 of the Cryptic Quiz: “Three is the Magic Number!”

September 2009, by Simon G | 35 Comments – latest by Melinda

It’s Monday morning in the UK MOO Office and whilst our American counterparts are fast asleep, we’re scratching our skulls thinking about the next question for MOO’s Cryptic Quiz.

We had an amazing response over the weekend with almost 400 of you getting involved. Remember, as we’re choosing the winner for each question at random, everyone stands a chance of winning some amazing prizes. We kick of this week with a super prize – we’re giving away 3 Pokens. If you don’t know what a Poken is, take a trip to their website to find out!

Now, without delay, on to the first question of the day. Ready? Steady? QUIZ!

Hardboiled, Part Ten
Things Take a Turn for the Worse

Ray …Continue reading this article…

It’s time to announce… Friday’s Winners!

September 2009, by Simon G | Add a comment

Right folks, you’ve had all weekend to answer Friday’s questions, but your time is now officially up! Your answers have been marked, and the winners have been randomly chosen by Tamsin in the London MOO Office. We had a massive response to Friday’s questions, so marking them has taken a while. Here we go…

Question 25:
Answer: B1, C4, D2

Did you get it right? Some of the MOO Crew struggled on this one!
One person didn’t struggle at all, and that’s our winner…
Winner: Amanda

Question 26:
Answer: This one is a bit of a tricky one to explain, but here it goes:

Bring momma bear to the office.
Go back to MOO HQ and bring poppa bear to the office.
Bring momma bear …Continue reading this article…

10th September Winners Announced!

September 2009, by Simon G | 1 Comment – latest by Dani K.

Congratulations to all of you who managed to get the right answers to yesterday’s questions. The winners were randomly chosen by Nicky in the London MOO Office. Here are the winners …

Question 22:
Answer: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, MediaGuardian 100
All the answers were on MOO’s CEO, Richard Moross’ Blog.
Winner: istoo

Question 23:
Answer: Jack Hooker
We featured Jack’s cards in our rounded corner blog post
Winner: Dani K

Question 24:
Answer: Frida Kahlo, Mary Cassatt and Berthe Morisot
Quite a tricky one for some of you, but lots of you got this one. Well done to our randomly chosen winner…
Winner: Antonietta

We’ll be in touch with the winners shortly via email. Thanks to all of you for playing in yesterday’s …Continue reading this article…

Question 24 of the Cryptic Quiz: “Three is the Magic Number!”

September 2009, by Simon G | 18 Comments – latest by Hadi

How is everyone doing? Some questions are easier than others (we promise), but each is just as fun as the last. With every winner drawn at random by someone in MOO Towers, you all have a chance of winning some great prizes. So far in September we’ve given away:

6 Packs of MOO MiniCards
3 Packs of MOO Greeting Cards
3 Packs of MOO Postcards
6 Flickr Pros
3 x 1 year subscription to ComputerArts magazine
3 x $200 Gift Certificates for DNA11
3 x USB Mix Tape Drives (from Suck UK)
3 x 3 T-shirts from Spreadshirt

… and we’ve got loads more awesome prizes coming up, so be sure to …Continue reading this article…

Question 23 of the Cryptic Quiz: “Three is the Magic Number!”

September 2009, by Simon G | 25 Comments – latest by Nina Udvadia

Here we are folks, question number two for the day (the 23rd so far). Get your thinking caps on!

Unbearable Lightness of Being

“Wait a moment,” Poppa bear said, “This is MOO, right? Why does Golidlocks want us to search out and secretly photograph the CEO of MOO?”

“MOO?,” asked Mama bear, “What is MOO, exactly?”

“You know,” said Baby bear, “MOO! They print business cards and stickers and such. I got a business card they printed from somebody recently. He was an automobile mechanic, or a crocheter, or something.” Baby bear pulled a rounded corner business card from his pocket. “Sure, here it is!”

Q: Whose business card did Baby bear have?

Remember, we’re giving away a total of 3 USB …Continue reading this article…

Question 22 of the Cryptic Quiz: “Three is the Magic Number!”

September 2009, by Simon G | 21 Comments – latest by Olga

It’s another sunny day in London, which means another fun day of cryptic questions from the MOO Crew at MOO Towers and another three chances (yes, three) to win some amazing prizes! Answers to yesterday’s quiz will be posted shortly, but in the meantime we pick up with our adventurers in…

Hardboiled, Part Eight

Sam Goes to the Source

I’d gotten an opportunity to chat with Moo’s CEO, Richard Moross, at the office, but it was a casual, lunch-time, chess-game, out-on-the-patio kind of talk. He seemed like a great guy and hardly the type to go about crushing other people’s businesses. I decided if I was going to get an accurate picture of him, I needed to see what he was …Continue reading this article…

You’re so vain, I bet you think this URL is about you…

July 2009, by Simon G | 3 Comments – latest by Will Baxter

Google, LinkedIn, Facebook and Flickr all have something in common (and it isn’t their fancy Californian offices). No, it’s the vanity URL.

Earlier this year Google announced they’d allow Google profile users to specify the URL for their profile, just as Facebook released their vanity URLs around one month ago.

Facebook launched their vanity URLs at 00:01am on 13th June (that was 5:01am GMT), and yes, I was the lucky member of the UK MOO Crew awake at 5:01am GMT to register for MOO. But what is all the fuss about?

For big brands it may have been the fear that the URL could have been hijacked by a competitor, or by someone with an ‘interesting’ sense of …Continue reading this article…

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