1) – What is Leonardo DiCaprio’s middle name?
Google Syntax: Leonardo DiCaprio name
2) – You need a picture of a grinning cat for your company’s website. Find a suitable picture that is free for you to use for commercial purposes and tell me how you did it.
Answer: Grinning Cat
Google Syntax (in google images): free grinning cat
3) – Name three musical acts that Canadian director David Lynch likes best?
Answer: Duran Duran, Lissie, Au Revoir Simone
Google Syntax: David Lynch favourite musical act
4) – I heard that the man who designed the Eiffel Tower also built a train track crossing a major river in Chile. Is that true?
Answer: Not Proven true
Google Syntax: Eiffel Tower designer Chile
5) – What famous museum will you find at 62 Rue de Lille, Paris, France?
Answer: Musee d’Orsay
Google Syntax: 62 Rue de Lille, Paris
6) – Who had a recurring role as a handyman on the show that featured a character named Joanna Marie Polniaczek? This really requires two searches – please provide the proper syntax for both.
Answer 1: The Facts of Life
Google Syntax 1: Joanna Marie Polniaczek Character
Answer 2: George Clooney
Google Syntax 2: Recurring handyman facts of life
7) – Political correctness is tyranny with manners. Who made that statement and when?
Answer: Charlton Heston, speech at the Harvard Law School (1999)
Google Syntax: “Political correctness is tyranny with manners”
8) – If you were undecided between the destinations Nova Scotia and New Brunswick for a weekend getaway how might you search in Google to resolve your dilemma?
Google Syntax: Compare Nova Scotia and New Brunswick tourism
9) – You’ve heard amazing reviews about a chef named Jamie. All you can remember to find out more is that it wasn’t Jamie Oliver. Name a probable candidate and tell me how you found him.
Answer: Chef Jamie Gwen
Google Syntax: Chef Jamie -Oliver
10) – You want to find out whether a ‘Main Royal’ or a ‘Jigger’ is the higher placed sail on a sail boat. What is the correct answer and how did you do it?
Answer: Main Royal
Google Syntax: Highest sail “Main Royal” or “Jigger”