The Impossible Quiz 2 – How Smart Do You Think You Are?


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Impossible Quiz 2

If you haven’t played and completed the first impossible quiz game then you should play that first.

If however you have completed that and are looking for more impossible questions to answer then you are in the right place.

The second installement of the impossible quiz is here and it’s ready for you to play. Just remember that the answers aren’t always obvious and things are frequently not what they appear to be.

If you enjoy playing this game and have some more time to spare then check out the idiot test. It’s quite a challenge but hardly impossible.

There is also a game here called Do Not Press which is rather funny. It’s well worth checking out after you’ve played (and completed) the impossible quiz 2!

Impossible Quiz 2 Controls

As with the original impossible quiz, you use the mouse to play. That’s really all I need to say isn’t it?

Like It! Send It! Tweet It! Google+1 It! Share It!

How To Play The Impossible Quiz 2

Take your time and think about the question. Remember that the true answer is usually not the obvious choice and you will have to think sideways to get through the quiz.

Good luck and enjoy the impossible quiz 2!

2016 Impossible-Quiz.org – Game copyrights belong to their respective owners or authors.


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Smart Answers to Common Job Interview Questions

One of the most common questions in an interview is “Tell me about yourself.” Actually, it is not even a question–it is an invitation. It is an opportunity to share with the interviewer whatever you think is important in their hiring decision.

More importantly, it is your chance to differentiate yourself. In most cases, most of the standard questions allow the same.

As some of you know from reading my free Job-Hunt interviewing guide — Successful Job Interviewing: What Job Candidates Need to Know — I recommend building a checklist of key experiences and attributes you want to cover and find opportunities to present them during the interview. The “Standard Questions” are often times those moments.

Answering the Most Common Job Interview Questions So You Stand Out

Here are some of the most popular questions and my thoughts on how to answer them.

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Employers don’t necessarily care to hear that you expect to climb the corporate ladder and be a supervisor. If the job you’re interviewing for is not a supervisor, they probably aren’t concerned about your management skills. You can share how you’ve been a mentor to others and led projects with little to no supervision. That should indicate you have leadership potential.

Focus on them: In five years, you should have made a significant impact to the company’s bottom line. Think about how you can achieve this in the role you’re interviewing for. In technology careers, advancing your skills is important, too. You should be able to share what areas you want to strengthen in the near term (but be careful that they are not areas of expertise that the company needs now).

Why should we hire you?

This is a differentiation question. What you want to tell them is: they’d be crazy not to they hire you.

Focus on them: You need to not only share how you meet almost all the criteria they seek, but also have two to three additional abilities that they might not even know they need…yet. They need to know you are a candidate who can meet their needs now, but also be valuable for where they want to go. Are they likely to need another skill set as they grow as a company? Or maybe you have skills that you noticed are in another job description they are looking to fill; you can help out with those deliverables until they find someone (or be a backup to the person they hire).

Have you been down a path already that they are currently starting? Having “lessons learned” to offer them is a very strong plus for a job candidate.

Why do you want to work here?

The answer to this question has two aspects: the content and the delivery.

  • Content — Employers want to know you feel you can fit in at the company quickly. That means on deliverables, but also company culture. You’ll likely have to do some homework to answer this one. You need to understand the reasons why others enjoy working there. Is it a great place to advance your skills, have great challenges to add to your resume, or will it allow you to grow as a professional?
  • Delivery — The delivery must be genuine. If a hiring manager feels you’re just “telling them want they want to hear,” but don’t mean it…well, the interview is over in their mind. They want to know this is not just a job and paycheck. They want to hear this is what you want to do and the best place to do it.

What do you know about us?

This is actually a test. If you know very little, it is an indication that you are not very serious about working there.

Focus on them: Candidates who are really excited about the prospect of working there have done their homework. If you really want to stand out, learn more than what is listed on their web site. Do some heavy research—perhaps find some articles on the company that not many would know about. It may even come up in conversation spontaneously, and you can show them a copy of the article (I have had this happen to me).

How do people describe you?

Here’s another opportunity to differentiate yourself. Everyone claims to be: a hard worker, good communicator, and team player. But how many are a: problem-solver, game-changer, leader in the industry? Be creative, and have stories to back it up. The interviewer will want to know why someone thinks you are one of these things.

Focus on them: You want to present attributes that make you sound like the go-to guy or gal wherever you work. Even the standard answers can be taken a step further to be more valuable:

  • Yes, they want hard workers, but most likely that’s commonplace at their office. Maybe you work hard, but also help others work fewer hours (by helping them do their job better or making their jobs easier).
  • Good communicators are everywhere. But this doesn’t mean just speaking well. It includes listening. Do you hear things that others don’t? Do you understand things quickly? Can you figure out what people are trying to tell you through other clues (body language, for example)?
  • Being a good team player is expected, too. But what does this really mean? Getting along with everyone? That’s not hard to do if you’re a nice person. Pulling your weight in the office? Again, expected. What have you done, beyond your job description, that saved the team from a disaster or helped them make an impossible deadline? Have you won an award for this?

What is your greatest strength/ greatest weakness?

Your greatest strength is something they need.

Focus on them: You have many strengths, but pick the one they need help with the most. Is it your expertise in a particular skill? Is it your ability to turn low-performing teams into high performers? Share something that makes them think they need to hire you…right now.

I hate the “greatest weakness” question. Everyone knows it’s a trap, and everyone knows the candidate is going to say something trite (popular example: I’m a perfectionist ). When you give a real answer, you are being genuine. You are admitting you have some growth opportunities and are not perfect. But you can include that you already have a plan to overcome this weakness through training or practice.

Some people even insert a little humor in their answer—“I wish I was better at tennis.” You can, too, if you feel like the interviewer has a sense of humor. But, be sure to quickly follow with a serious answer. Showing you have a lighter side is usually a good thing.

When can you start?

Be careful about this question for a few reasons. First of all, it doesn’t mean you “got the job.” They may be just checking to add that to their notes. You must keep your guard up until you are in your car and driving away from the interview.

If you are currently employed, you should be honest about the start date and show professionalism. You should tell them you would have to discuss a transition with your current company and see if they require a two-week notice. If you currently have a critical role, your potential new employer would expect a transition period.

If you can start right away (and they know you are not currently employed), you certainly can say you’re able to start tomorrow. Sense of urgency and excitement about starting work at the new company is always a good thing.

Bottom line:

Even the “boring, standard questions” can have unique and useful answers. You should think hard about how you can differentiate yourself from others every step of the way during the interview.

Answering the Common Job Interview Questions:


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Street lighting, one of the most essential services provided by municipal authorities, is a cost and management challenge. New technological advances can deliver up to 50% reductions in energy usage. Smart control, including proactive maintenance, can slash annual operating costs significantly.

T-Light TM – Telematics Wireless s solution for Smart Lighting enables utilities and maintenance companies to benefit from an improved level of cost-effective, reliable and timely service, by controlling and managing street light operations. It helps provide a safer, urban environment for people, and reduces carbon footprints, contributing to environmental sustainability.

The T-Light family offers Smart Lighting Control and Monitoring Systems differentiated by their coverage, features, configurations, and prices.

This variety, flexibility, and modularity enable customers with a range of light control system requirements to identify solutions ranging from local to wide area metropolitain networks.

The T-Light Family Includes:

  • T-Light Galaxy a wide area network utilizing single Base Station covers an area of up to 20 km radius and monitoring directly up to 50,000 luminaries
  • T-Light Pro a robust multi hop RF Mesh network with self configuring, self healing capabilities, non line of sight links. Provides local or wide area coverage .
  • T-Light Basic RF Mesh network for self-contained local area deployments (e.g. campuses, dealerships, parking lots, gas stations etc).

These systems feature various configuration choices. They also offer seamless scalability as the customer s needs change and expand.

The Smart Street Lighting Controlling system establishes a wireless network between all participating light poles and provides the operator with a web-accessed efficient, automatic or manual, control of the light pole s operation. The system may also apply to a smart lighting system, where the light poles already have, or can have, a wired connection.

The complete and reliable smart light solution features the following elements:

  • T-Light LCU, Light Control Unit. installed on top or inside the luminaire (external NEMA or internal configuration), enabling the transmission of information, and the reception of control commands for the luminaire s LED / HID fixtures. Includes built-in energy meter and possesses autocommissioning functonality .
  • The information from and to the T-Light LCU is routed via the T-Light DCU, Data Communication Unit. and via the Internet, using GPRS/3G or Ethernet connections directly to the BackOffice application.
  • T-Light CMS, Control and Management System. is a web-enabled BackOffice application, accessible at any location in the world – simply by using a standard browser, such as Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.

Additional T-Light units can be added to the system:

  • T-Light Cabinet Controller: Wireless Cabinet Control unit for monitoring and controlling devices installed in the streetlight cabinet, such as energy meter, I/Os, door open sensor, and more.
  • T-Light Add-ons: Wide range of optional features such as revenue grade energy meter; occupancy/motion sensor, and more. These add-ons enhance overall system capabilities .

System Scheduler enables programmed scheduling of dimming levels for individual luminaire and groups of luminairs.


The Impossible Quiz 2 – How Smart Do You Think You Are?


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Impossible Quiz 2

If you haven’t played and completed the first impossible quiz game then you should play that first.

If however you have completed that and are looking for more impossible questions to answer then you are in the right place.

The second installement of the impossible quiz is here and it’s ready for you to play. Just remember that the answers aren’t always obvious and things are frequently not what they appear to be.

If you enjoy playing this game and have some more time to spare then check out the idiot test. It’s quite a challenge but hardly impossible.

There is also a game here called Do Not Press which is rather funny. It’s well worth checking out after you’ve played (and completed) the impossible quiz 2!

Impossible Quiz 2 Controls

As with the original impossible quiz, you use the mouse to play. That’s really all I need to say isn’t it?

Like It! Send It! Tweet It! Google+1 It! Share It!

How To Play The Impossible Quiz 2

Take your time and think about the question. Remember that the true answer is usually not the obvious choice and you will have to think sideways to get through the quiz.

Good luck and enjoy the impossible quiz 2!

2016 Impossible-Quiz.org – Game copyrights belong to their respective owners or authors.


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Smart Answers to Common Job Interview Questions

One of the most common questions in an interview is “Tell me about yourself.” Actually, it is not even a question–it is an invitation. It is an opportunity to share with the interviewer whatever you think is important in their hiring decision.

More importantly, it is your chance to differentiate yourself. In most cases, most of the standard questions allow the same.

As some of you know from reading my free Job-Hunt interviewing guide — Successful Job Interviewing: What Job Candidates Need to Know — I recommend building a checklist of key experiences and attributes you want to cover and find opportunities to present them during the interview. The “Standard Questions” are often times those moments.

Answering the Most Common Job Interview Questions So You Stand Out

Here are some of the most popular questions and my thoughts on how to answer them.

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Employers don’t necessarily care to hear that you expect to climb the corporate ladder and be a supervisor. If the job you’re interviewing for is not a supervisor, they probably aren’t concerned about your management skills. You can share how you’ve been a mentor to others and led projects with little to no supervision. That should indicate you have leadership potential.

Focus on them: In five years, you should have made a significant impact to the company’s bottom line. Think about how you can achieve this in the role you’re interviewing for. In technology careers, advancing your skills is important, too. You should be able to share what areas you want to strengthen in the near term (but be careful that they are not areas of expertise that the company needs now).

Why should we hire you?

This is a differentiation question. What you want to tell them is: they’d be crazy not to they hire you.

Focus on them: You need to not only share how you meet almost all the criteria they seek, but also have two to three additional abilities that they might not even know they need…yet. They need to know you are a candidate who can meet their needs now, but also be valuable for where they want to go. Are they likely to need another skill set as they grow as a company? Or maybe you have skills that you noticed are in another job description they are looking to fill; you can help out with those deliverables until they find someone (or be a backup to the person they hire).

Have you been down a path already that they are currently starting? Having “lessons learned” to offer them is a very strong plus for a job candidate.

Why do you want to work here?

The answer to this question has two aspects: the content and the delivery.

  • Content — Employers want to know you feel you can fit in at the company quickly. That means on deliverables, but also company culture. You’ll likely have to do some homework to answer this one. You need to understand the reasons why others enjoy working there. Is it a great place to advance your skills, have great challenges to add to your resume, or will it allow you to grow as a professional?
  • Delivery — The delivery must be genuine. If a hiring manager feels you’re just “telling them want they want to hear,” but don’t mean it…well, the interview is over in their mind. They want to know this is not just a job and paycheck. They want to hear this is what you want to do and the best place to do it.

What do you know about us?

This is actually a test. If you know very little, it is an indication that you are not very serious about working there.

Focus on them: Candidates who are really excited about the prospect of working there have done their homework. If you really want to stand out, learn more than what is listed on their web site. Do some heavy research—perhaps find some articles on the company that not many would know about. It may even come up in conversation spontaneously, and you can show them a copy of the article (I have had this happen to me).

How do people describe you?

Here’s another opportunity to differentiate yourself. Everyone claims to be: a hard worker, good communicator, and team player. But how many are a: problem-solver, game-changer, leader in the industry? Be creative, and have stories to back it up. The interviewer will want to know why someone thinks you are one of these things.

Focus on them: You want to present attributes that make you sound like the go-to guy or gal wherever you work. Even the standard answers can be taken a step further to be more valuable:

  • Yes, they want hard workers, but most likely that’s commonplace at their office. Maybe you work hard, but also help others work fewer hours (by helping them do their job better or making their jobs easier).
  • Good communicators are everywhere. But this doesn’t mean just speaking well. It includes listening. Do you hear things that others don’t? Do you understand things quickly? Can you figure out what people are trying to tell you through other clues (body language, for example)?
  • Being a good team player is expected, too. But what does this really mean? Getting along with everyone? That’s not hard to do if you’re a nice person. Pulling your weight in the office? Again, expected. What have you done, beyond your job description, that saved the team from a disaster or helped them make an impossible deadline? Have you won an award for this?

What is your greatest strength/ greatest weakness?

Your greatest strength is something they need.

Focus on them: You have many strengths, but pick the one they need help with the most. Is it your expertise in a particular skill? Is it your ability to turn low-performing teams into high performers? Share something that makes them think they need to hire you…right now.

I hate the “greatest weakness” question. Everyone knows it’s a trap, and everyone knows the candidate is going to say something trite (popular example: I’m a perfectionist ). When you give a real answer, you are being genuine. You are admitting you have some growth opportunities and are not perfect. But you can include that you already have a plan to overcome this weakness through training or practice.

Some people even insert a little humor in their answer—“I wish I was better at tennis.” You can, too, if you feel like the interviewer has a sense of humor. But, be sure to quickly follow with a serious answer. Showing you have a lighter side is usually a good thing.

When can you start?

Be careful about this question for a few reasons. First of all, it doesn’t mean you “got the job.” They may be just checking to add that to their notes. You must keep your guard up until you are in your car and driving away from the interview.

If you are currently employed, you should be honest about the start date and show professionalism. You should tell them you would have to discuss a transition with your current company and see if they require a two-week notice. If you currently have a critical role, your potential new employer would expect a transition period.

If you can start right away (and they know you are not currently employed), you certainly can say you’re able to start tomorrow. Sense of urgency and excitement about starting work at the new company is always a good thing.

Bottom line:

Even the “boring, standard questions” can have unique and useful answers. You should think hard about how you can differentiate yourself from others every step of the way during the interview.

Answering the Common Job Interview Questions:


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    GMO . That s what you call a buzz word. Just like stem cells or abortion , it brings up some pretty strong feelings in people, for better or worse. I am not sure that people s feelings about GMOs fall into denialism , though. I think it s more a crisis of generalization and misunderstanding than it is ignorance of the facts.

    Genetically modified organisms are particularly tough, because the term is really too broad. You can t just address bad GMOs, as if we knew what that meant. The line where genetically modifying foods becomes too far is a fuzzy one, and we all put that line in a different place. The term organic is just as confusing. As great as it is for describing some forms of sustainable and natural agriculture, it also just looks really cool on a carton of yogurt. So how do you get to the bottom of which might be better – GMOs or organics? And are we practicing denialism when we argue one over the other?

    I ll start with GMOs. Like you said, from the first moment that human beings began selecting crops to cultivate we have been (inadvertently) genetically modifying organisms. Gregor Mendel genetically modified the hell out of some peas. The Native Americans genetically modified a prairie grass into maize. the Incas mastered potatoes and the Chinese selected rice to grow in their shallow wetlands (as far back as 10,000 years ago!) .

    Now let s pretend we lived in a world without GMOs. In that world we are all dead, each and every one of us. We never explore the New World, Asia never rises, life expectencies and birth rates don t increase, etc. This is a sad thought. To be clear, we wouldn t be able to feed the world s population, now or through history, if we were not genetically modifying foods by passive breeding or by deep genetic manipulation. As population grows on Earth, our need for food increases, and we will need crops that can grow in new and challenging climates, perhaps on a warmer planet. Let s use Africa as an example.

    If you have seen, well, basically anything about Africa, you know that areas like Kenya are pretty dry. It s sort of what they are known for. Plants, as you also may have heard, need water to grow. Without, genetic modification this would be a mutually exclusive proposition. But thanks to modern selective breeding and genetic modification, drought-resistant wheat strains were introduced to Kenya and thrive today. What was dusty is now green, and regions once known for distended bellies, starving children and Sally Struthers-worthy famine now have greater food security.

    Of course, we are all smart enough to know that the practice of genetic modification doesn t unleash a fury of rainbows and sunshine into the world. On the other hand you have companies like Monsanto (cue scary music) who deliberately manipulate organisms to be resistant to herbicides like RoundUp, which they happen to also produce. Easiest gardening technique ever. Plant crop, damn the weeds, just wipe out every other plant on the field with a daisy cutter of chemical annihilation. That you happen to own the patent on.

    If you re a farmer who plants Monsanto seed, you have to buy it under a license from the company. You also have to promise to not share it, and if you are a farmer on the field next door you have to make sure you don t accidentally get any of it crossed with your crops, lest you be in violation of Monsanto s patents. Of course, the entire Great Plains were fertilized by wind-borne seeds, so these things have a tendency to drift and migrate without asking permission from pesky humans first. With the hubris of owning power over genes, Mansantokind treads on dangerous ground. In fact, Nature herself has already been assailing the idea by producing RoundUp-resistant weeds. But is this yet a form of denialism? Perhaps denial of knowing that we can never truly have power over Nature, but not denialism in the sense of hindering scientific progress. Incidentally, organic farmers are suing Monsanto as we speak over their seed-Gestapo tactics.

    Which brings us to organics . What a mess. What began as a way to resist the influx of chemical fertilizers and monoculture farming has turned into one of the biggest marketing schemes on Earth. You don t need me to explain that to you, though. People like Michael Pollan and Samuel Fromartz do a great job in their books and other writings. These foods still benefit the environment in many ways thanks to their avoidance of chemical fertilizer and slightly more seasonal growth cycles, but whether organic asparagus has more vitamins than conventional is a pretty thin claim. Organic foods, by just being organic , are not better for you. This is a form of denialism, where we assume that a marketing term has christened a carrot somehow better. It may be better, for us and for the environment, but being organic is beginning to have less to do with it than many other things. I suggest you look into the term greenwashing to learn more.

    So in simple terms? No, organic foods are not healthier for you, per se. And GMOs are not bad for you or the world, per se. But some of the uses of the term organic are bad for you, just as some genetic modifications of foods actually make us less secure in our meals (and are just plain mean!). I don t think being GMO is bad, like many people jump to. Like I said before, this is a crisis of generalization, not of ignorance. If we would pay more attention to what these terms mean and don t mean, we would be able to separate the truly bad from the benefits each have given us. Is that denialism? I don t think so, unless we are denying ourselves a better perspective.

    Advice? I m no sage, but try to do what mankind has done for ages: Eat what s around and not what s shipped from across the globe, eat it when it s in season, and try to make sure it was farmed in a way that makes you think of straw hats and overalls instead of lab coats and petroleum.


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    Street Lighting Control

    Street lighting, one of the most essential services provided by municipal authorities, is a cost and management challenge. New technological advances can deliver up to 50% reductions in energy usage. Smart control, including proactive maintenance, can slash annual operating costs significantly.

    T-Light TM – Telematics Wireless s solution for Smart Lighting enables utilities and maintenance companies to benefit from an improved level of cost-effective, reliable and timely service, by controlling and managing street light operations. It helps provide a safer, urban environment for people, and reduces carbon footprints, contributing to environmental sustainability.

    The T-Light family offers Smart Lighting Control and Monitoring Systems differentiated by their coverage, features, configurations, and prices.

    This variety, flexibility, and modularity enable customers with a range of light control system requirements to identify solutions ranging from local to wide area metropolitain networks.

    The T-Light Family Includes:

    • T-Light Galaxy a wide area network utilizing single Base Station covers an area of up to 20 km radius and monitoring directly up to 50,000 luminaries
    • T-Light Pro a robust multi hop RF Mesh network with self configuring, self healing capabilities, non line of sight links. Provides local or wide area coverage .
    • T-Light Basic RF Mesh network for self-contained local area deployments (e.g. campuses, dealerships, parking lots, gas stations etc).

    These systems feature various configuration choices. They also offer seamless scalability as the customer s needs change and expand.

    The Smart Street Lighting Controlling system establishes a wireless network between all participating light poles and provides the operator with a web-accessed efficient, automatic or manual, control of the light pole s operation. The system may also apply to a smart lighting system, where the light poles already have, or can have, a wired connection.

    The complete and reliable smart light solution features the following elements:

    • T-Light LCU, Light Control Unit. installed on top or inside the luminaire (external NEMA or internal configuration), enabling the transmission of information, and the reception of control commands for the luminaire s LED / HID fixtures. Includes built-in energy meter and possesses autocommissioning functonality .
    • The information from and to the T-Light LCU is routed via the T-Light DCU, Data Communication Unit. and via the Internet, using GPRS/3G or Ethernet connections directly to the BackOffice application.
    • T-Light CMS, Control and Management System. is a web-enabled BackOffice application, accessible at any location in the world – simply by using a standard browser, such as Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.

    Additional T-Light units can be added to the system:

    • T-Light Cabinet Controller: Wireless Cabinet Control unit for monitoring and controlling devices installed in the streetlight cabinet, such as energy meter, I/Os, door open sensor, and more.
    • T-Light Add-ons: Wide range of optional features such as revenue grade energy meter; occupancy/motion sensor, and more. These add-ons enhance overall system capabilities .

    System Scheduler enables programmed scheduling of dimming levels for individual luminaire and groups of luminairs.