Posts tagged “tests”

Guess The Evil Dictator

Guess The Evil Dictator

Guess The Evil Dictator / Sit-Com Character is kind of funny if you have a few minutes. Here is a line from the FAQ: How does this work? Monkeys. Lots and lots of monkeys. Actually, version 1 was written in C, used a flat file database, and a lot of recursion. Version 2 was written


I finally took the What’s Your Flavor? quiz at eMode and it told me, “Yum! You’re cinnamon. Explosive and utterly red-hot, you’re as tasty as they come.”

Self-Building Test

Here’s a very surreal Self-Building Test that I discovered through the memepool.

Signs of Aging

I guess I’m safe for now. I could identify with less than 30% of dink’s aging signs. (Although … the fact that I actually grabbed a pen and paper and did the math to figure out that statistic frightens me.)


Have a go at Howard Bickel’s Braintaxer, another fine creation from the folks at the Internal Revenue Service.

The On-Line Cheese Comparator

The On-Line Cheese Comparator says that my cheese is “Red Leicester” …


URLDroppings: Firda has redesigned again and I am completely amazed at how wonderful the new wannabe site looks. It is beautiful! Nik helped her, and for that I will correct the fact that I’ve had him listed in my Prolific-style combo-box as Fairvue Ventral for weeks now. Plus he’s got a great page. Jason sent

The GirlGeeks Geek Quiz

The GirlGeeks Geek Quiz is quick and amusing. I was rated an Alpha Geek. <droll>Surprise.</droll>

Link Droppings

Here’s one from Jorge for all you spinners out there. Weblog Wannabe (aka Firda) has had to move her site. Update your links. Now! Go! Do it! Some people have some serious sanity issues. And Ryan is crazy just for sending me this link! I’m going link crazy right now! Have you gotten an Instant

What Is This? is the personal weblog of me, David Vincent Gagne. I've been publishing here since 1999, which makes this one of the oldest continuously-updated websites on the Internet.

A few years ago I was trying to determine what cocktails I could make with the alcohol I had at home. I searched the App Store but couldn't find an app that would let me do that, so I built one.


You can read dozens of essays and articles and find hundreds of links to other sites with stories and information about Ernest Hemingway in The Hemingway Collection.