Chrome OS Puzzle-Solver Scores a New Google Cr-48 Laptop
Many hours later, the final "aha" moment happened during Zimmer's commute home: the numbers were letters. The 900.91 at the beginning of the equation was clearly a stand-in for goo.gl, Google's URL shortener. The rest of the numbers, when fed through a basic cipher, spelled out "speed and destroy." Zimmer then typed the resulting URL into a browser, and a form popped up congratulating him on winning a brand new Cr-48 (one of Google's Chrome OS prototype notebooks). While the prize has already been won, feel free to try your hand at the MENSA-approved equation in the image above.