Tag Archives: Eric Berlin

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Got kids? Know kids? Love puzzles? Know kids who love puzzles – or who would love puzzles if they knew how much fun they could be? Enjoy Eric Berlin’s puzzle today? Check out Eric’s project, Puzzle Your Kids. Eric says “I … Continue reading

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New(er) puzzles out there!

In addition to Patrick Blindauer’s new Kickstarter for an easy weekly crossword (a $29 pledge gets you a year of Piece of Cake puzzles; bigger pledges add on Patrick’s Puzzlefest puzzle suites, private lessons in making crosswords, etc.), there are a couple … Continue reading

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Time-sensitive puzzle action!

Two announcements: First, the January installment of Pete Muller’s Muller Monthly Music Meta is out now. Pete’s site maintains a leaderboard throughout the year, and you won’t want to miss your chance at getting points for figuring out January’s meta. … Continue reading

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

I probably won’t get to the Sunday NYT crossword till 10 pm or later. In the meantime, I’ve got Merl’s puzzle, and I can pass along Sunday NYT constructor Eric Berlin’s advice to avoid reading the hint if you want … Continue reading

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Sunday, 10/2/11

If you enjoy learning about the etymology of various idioms and words, you’ll like the word game Orijinz: Words & Phrases. A Seattle tech consultant named Brad Chase runs the game company Entspire as a side gig (the profits go … Continue reading

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