I posted a job on rent-a-coder for someone to make an Appulous knockoff for my site. Kyek accepted the job under another name and pwned me :(. But we’re cool now. Who am I?

The Troll Bridge over at Appulous has been updated with a 22nd question.

Question: I posted a job on rent-a-coder for someone to make an Appulous knockoff for my site. Kyek accepted the job under another name and pwned me :(. But we’re cool now. Who am I?

Answer: pr0x

You can checkout all the questions / answers on the iPhone trivia for Appulous post.

Increased hits from Appulous Troll Bridge

As you probably were aware over the past four five days, kyek over at Hackulous had setup a Troll Bridge to slow people down from accessing Appulous during the server move.

I would like to extend my apologies to kyek (if you end up reading this) or if you let kyek know that I wasn’t trying to profit from this (as you may notice, there are no ads on my blog). I was simply seeing how demanding people were to get access to Appulous, which yielded over 12,000 hits in four days simply by posting the answers on my blog and Google crawling my site.

I would like to thank kyek for all the hard work that has gone into Appulous and hope it is just as a successful try before you buy site as it was prior to The Troll Bridge, keep up the good work!

Convert this to ASCII: 0x20496c31497c4f306f272222272020. (Okok, so maybe I’m a *little* evil. I’m just looking forward to constantly refreshing the password-sharing sites and laughing maniacally xD)

The Troll Bridge over at Appulous has been updated with a 18th question.

Question: Convert this to ASCII: 0x20496c31497c4f306f272222272020. (Okok, so maybe I’m a *little* evil. I’m just looking forward to constantly refreshing the password-sharing sites and laughing maniacally xD)

Answer: [ Il1I|O0o'""'  ] (Copy the space before, and two spaces after. Without the brackets!).

You can checkout all the questions / answers on the iPhone trivia for Appulous post.

The Appulous test servers, on which new backend code and server configs are tested publicly before moving to production, are provided by what company?

The Troll Bridge over at Appulous has been updated with a 9th question.

Question: The Appulous test servers, on which new backend code and server configs are tested publicly before moving to production, are provided by what company?

Answer: Amazon

You can checkout all the questions / answers on the iPhone trivia for Appulous post.