Lynn Pettis (1/15/2010)
When taking a test, particularly a multiple choice (multiple guess, if you prefer) don't you read the entire question and the answers before actually answering the question?
I do, but in this case (as it's not a test and is actually probably only about 30 seconds of an average day) I tend to read QOTD in the email, click 'Answer this' and then pick my pre-decided answer for questions which appear to be yes/no or another obvious combination - questions such as 'Can you...' or 'is it possible to...', in which case I don't have visibility of the title or the answers, and it's actually probably the title which would have helped most in this case. Plus you read the answers to decide which one answers the question, not to work out what it is that the question is asking you. I've often wished the QOTD in the email included the title and it can't be that hard to include it.
I do like QOTD, and I've learnt a lot from getting things wrong. I just ended up feeling like this one taught me nothing, and was just difficult for the sake of it.