As undergrads, Silicon Valley tycoons didn't have the time to appreciate the finer things a liberal arts education had to offer. They were far too busy coding away in their dorm rooms and plotting to take over the world. Now these poor lads and lasses face a Herculean task whenever they're confronted with, say, Rodin's "The Thinker" at the Legion of Honor — they just don't know what to make of it.
Thankfully Flickr user paulthewineguy has annotated nearly 50 masterpieces, translating them into geekspeak for the less artistically inclined. For instance, the angel in Caravaggio's Inspiration of St. Matthew has been lovingly reworked as Clippy the Office assistant, Jasper Johns' Map has a Google Maps overlay, and Leonardo DaVinci's helicopter sketch is still in beta. (Illustration by paulthewineguy)