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The $100 Identify the Picture contest is now 4 times easier than before. We’ve increased the amount of detail shown on each picture by a factor of 4, and also added a clue for each one. For example, here’s one of the pictures before and after zooming out:

Last week
pic 3 before
Now after zooming out
pic 3 after
clue: Not that easy

Yes, it’s A LOT easier now. Click here to go to the contest and enter your guesses. If you have general comments about our contest, feel free to enter them here (but only put your entries on the contest post).

6 Responses to “Contest Update: winning $100 is now 4 times easier!”

  1. on 24 Nov 2006 at 12:09 am Retah Omle

    Is it this elmo?

    http://www.jodacast.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/html/images/elmo.jpg

  2. on 24 Nov 2006 at 8:01 am prying1

    Looks a bit different. I might change my guess and instead of saying it is a picture of the sun I’m guessing it’s a picture of Jupiter…

  3. on 25 Nov 2006 at 11:39 am prying1

    Hey! One thing not addressed in the rules. Do we have to have ALL the Correct Answers in one and the same comment?

    Can we guess correctly say, numbers one and two in one comment, three and four in a different one and have all four count to our credit as correct?

  4. on 25 Nov 2006 at 11:44 am Anita Bath

    All the correct answers answers have to be in one comment. Plus, your last guess is the one I count, so if you change your mind at the last second but your first guess was right, then you can’t win.

    Prying1 – trying to make it 2 for 2, huh? 😉

  5. on 02 Dec 2006 at 1:06 am prying1

    Yep! Anyway I can. – XXXOOO –

  6. on 02 Dec 2006 at 1:24 am Anita Bath

    Hi all … just putting little comments anywhere folks might read them. The picture guessing contest goes down to $20 tomorrow (Saturday), so get your guesses in soon!

    There’s actually been 3.5 pictures (of the 5) identified correctly. I hope someone can get the other 1.5, it would be fun to see a reader win the big prize 😉

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