Google it. A Google a Day
taps your desire to seek information. “There’s no right way to solve it, but there’s only one right answer”. Google asks a question, you find the answer.
It’s a decathlon for those who announce, “I’ll Google it”.
“Because the company increased shareholder dividends for 25 years in a row, what S&P designation was granted the world’s largest distributor of toys?”
There isn’t a whistle marking the start; however the clock is ticking. Begin your search efforts, canvassing the interwebs. Locating the correct answer requires grit with equal parts determination.
Take the novice road if necessary. There is a Hint button if you’ve stumbled upon unknown parts. Just enough to poke you along without giving the answer away.
There is a gem inside of this Google Experiment. Three categories of search tips and tricks. You’ll notice some familiar faces in the group, type define before searching for Google to return the definition of the word. Check out the Tips and Tricks section to try out something new when you start A Google A Day.
Give it a go, share you high score on Twitter. Use #educatiohunt.