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AMindForeverVoyaging
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I wonder if this challenge is really classified correctly in the [Web] section. All Web challenges have in common that they do have a description or some instructions, and it is pretty obvious how they are related to browsers, the Internet etc.
So I'm asking myself what is more likely: That this is the very first exception from the rule - or that it is possibly rather misplaced?
Sat Sep 10, 2011 9:38 pm View user's profile Send private message
DaymItzJack



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Appearently I did spoil it.


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Tron



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The challenge is not mis-categorised.
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laz0r



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Nope, not misplaced... the way I intended it to be solved is definitely [web]. Very Happy

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AMindForeverVoyaging
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Well, okay, it is kind of web-related. Although not really ;-)
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megabreit



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Okay, now that we know that is really web-related, how about some real hints? Really.
I mean, a collection of dates could be nearly everything...
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AMindForeverVoyaging
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It is possible to draw a conclusion from the challenge's name.
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teebee



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You should draw a conclusion, but not really draw it. If you draw the right conclusion you will see that someone also drawed something.
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DaymItzJack



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Tedious challenge. ;(
Mon Sep 12, 2011 4:35 am View user's profile Send private message
AMindForeverVoyaging
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Drew. But not Barrymore. Wink
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teebee



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That's drew eh true of course. However, "drawed" reveals a little more if you know how to read it.
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gsjfoe



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mmm...i think i know the meaning of draw or drew.. Smile
and what does the meaning of date and year ??...
Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:38 am View user's profile Send private message
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Finally got the challenge. Though someone should look into the challenge again, as depending from where you get the information you get slightly different results. The source which I found most obvious got me several slight errors. Enough know I'm on the right track but not enough to get the correct solution...
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klogk



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SnakeSnake wrote:
Finally got the challenge. Though someone should look into the challenge again, as depending from where you get the information you get slightly different results. The source which I found most obvious got me several slight errors. Enough know I'm on the right track but not enough to get the correct solution...


I want to know if the answer is a meaningful word or phrase.

I got some information according to the statement. But using my decoding method, the most important part is a strange strings without any meaning, while from the the other part it seems really the answer or is closed to the answer.
Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:34 am View user's profile Send private message
SnakeSnake



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well the answer can't be found in a dictionary (I think), but it feels like a normal word (and google has lots of results for it).
Tue Mar 06, 2012 12:41 pm View user's profile Send private message
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