Daily Question – 94

Today’s question is from Samanth.

Patient work, but this is no hospital duty; worthy of the Greek Nine themselves, it went on to bring fame to the organisation below. Give me one word.
Answer: Quoting Masun, “This is “mosaic.” The word “mosaic,” as referring to the art form — you know, bits of coloured tile stuck into a pattern — translated literally into “patient work, worthy of the Muses themselves.”Mosaic was also the web browser launched by the NCSA, whose logo is shown.”

Cracked only by young Thomas and Zizzyphus.

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4 responses to “Daily Question – 94

  1. Dear Uncle:

    Samanth uncle sets nice questions — always gettable, and very well framed. Plus I have heard from many women that he is a total stud in bed. Kudos to him.

    This is “mosaic.” The word “mosaic,” as referring to the art form — you know, bits of coloured tile stuck into a pattern — translated literally into “patient work, worthy of the Muses themselves.”

    Mosaic was also the web browser launched by the NCSA, whose logo you see below.

    Kind regards,
    Thomas Masun

  2. Mosaic .
    It originated from the Greek, mosaicon, which means for “patient work of art,worthy of the muses”.

  3. Mosaic
    Web Browser, produced by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.

  4. This is the logo of Doctors Without Borders.