The New York Times, an institutional newspaper all by itself, has worked closely with Google to roll out A Google A Day, which is a trivia game that encourages you to use the search engine in order to solve each daily question. Google claims that the questions will be posted near the crossword puzzle each weekday in the Times, not to mention on its virtual presence as well. Similar to the Times crossword puzzles, you can expect to work that brain harder as the week goes by. Talk about getting a thorough mental exercise regardless of which medium you look at! In order to prevent yourself from finding the answers by accident, you are encouraged to use the Google search on the trivia game’s site. Tomorrow will unveil the answers in the paper as well as on A Google A Day. It would be interesting to see whether using other search engines like Bing or Yahoo would be able to yield and accurate and correct answer…


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