7 thoughts on “More on puzzles”

  1. Hi Mordanicus! I don’t blog anymore. I received the notice of your request. Thank you. It’s been 3 years. I just grew weary from it. But I do miss my favorite bloggers and spy on them occasionally. I didn’t delete my blog(s) because I like rereading and laughing at the comments. Fond memories.

    I love puzzling too. The daily paper hosts The New York Times puzzle, a Sudoku and a cryptogram. (Plus I finish any easy ones my husband can’t finish.)

    I tried Twitter 2 years ago but now only read the tweets. I will follow you. 🙂

    1. Great to hear you are fine. There is no shame you stopped blogging – if you can’t find the energy for it, so be it. Anyway, I would love to hear from you once in a while.

      Puzzling is a great way to spend your time and science shows why. Also I strongly believe we need to introduce puzzling as a mandatory subject at school.

      1. Be careful what (and who) you love. 🙂 You might get your wish.
        I definitely agree about teaching puzzling (early) in school. The little ones have their brain drained on uselessness. I left teaching over 20 yrs ago so not up on what’s going on today.

        Solving puzzles is hard enough but making them isn’t easy either. Here’s one I made especially for U.
        https://pcloscloud.com/index.php/s/Z1h0CB8ddIsFFke

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