2.) Which programming language was developed by Dutchman Guido van Rossum in the 1980s and became a popular and powerful language among the highest level of website developers through the 2000s?
3.) What would an ‘oshibori’ be in a Japanese restaurant?
4.) What name has the Microsoft Corporation given to its new tablet computers that it launched in 2012?
Can you crack this one?
Question: A plant has one name for its leaves, which can be cooked or eaten in salads, and another for its roots which, when dried and ground are used as a flavoring or thickening agent. What are the two names?
Psyche Challenge Answer: 1.) b. Julius Caesar; 2.) c. Phyton; 3.) a – Handtowel; 4.) a. Surface
Crack the Egg Answer: Endive and chicory