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Windows 7: Jamendo geeks solve hidden Chrome OS equation and win a Cr-48 netbook

13 Dec 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
Jamendo geeks solve hidden Chrome OS equation and win a Cr-48 netbook

By now if you’re as RSS-addicted as me you’ve probably seen the excellent “How to remain calm” Chrome OS video. Like the previous potato-powered Chrome ad, excellent job from the marketing guys at Google!

However this time with my fellow geeks at Jamendo we noticed an equation hidden at 2:23 in the video. We then proceeded to lose several hours of productivity running it through Wolfram Alpha…

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