We’re running a ‘Beat the January Blues’ Twitter quiz this Friday (23rd January) and we have some great prizes up for grabs.
Just follow us on Twitter (@ClockworkSMS) and keep an eye on our feed this Friday. We’ll be asking five questions throughout the day at approximately 10am, 11am, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm (GMT).
The first person to reply to each question with the correct answer and the hashtag #ClockworkQuiz will win a Mini Remote Control Quadcopter. There will be a mix of general knowledge and techy based questions.
There will also be a grand prize to be revealed on the day.
Question 1: How big is the world’s biggest clock face?
Correct answer: 43 metres
Question 2: What is the average cruising airspeed velocity of an unladen European Swallow?
Correct answer: 11 meters per second, or 24 miles an hour
Question 3: What is the hex value of the “h1 span” background class on clockworksms.com?
Correct answer: #C83030
Question 4: The year the first text message was sent, minus the day of month the iPhone was released, divided by GSM character code for £
Correct answer: 1963
Question 5: What is the nth prime, where n = the character length of a single SMS?
Correct answer: 941
GRAND PRIZE QUESTION: How much would it cost you to send a CD (700MB) via Clockwork?
Correct answer: £262,144.00
Terms & Conditions:
- Tweets must be replies to @ClockworkSMS and must include the hashtag #ClockworkQuiz
- Prizes are non-transferable
- Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into
- For prize delivery outside of the UK, import taxes are the responsibility of the winner. We assume no responsibility and we are not liable for any costs, charges or expenses which winner(s) may be required to pay at any time in connection with a prize
- We do not accept any responsibilty for late or lost entries due to Internet problems
- We’ll publish all questions, correct answers and winner’s Twitter handles at the end of the competition
- The winner(s) will be notified following the competition, firstly by a tweet and then by direct mail to the winner(s) Twitter account. In the event that the winner fails to respond to confirm its acceptance of the prize within a reasonable period of time, we have the right to select an alternative winner from the competition
- We reserve the right to provide substitute prizes(s) of similar value in the event that the specified prize is unavailable for reasons beyond its control
- This competition is governed by the law of England and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England