Monthly Archives: January 2010
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 31, 2010
Because the counter protests are so awesome.
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 28, 2010
…the brain is an educational toy. (Via Jon Delfin. I challenge you to watch the full twenty minutes without gasping.)
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 25, 2010
Never! And that’s good, because Shawn Kennedy is reviving his Puzzlement Web site this week. Keep an eye on it.
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 22, 2010
1) I’ll have a Going Too Far in this Sunday’s New York Times. Update: Hey, look, it’s online! 2) I’ll have the main Sunday crossword a few weeks from now, my first since last April. 3) I have an Idea. One of those blessed, cursed ideas that’s really good and therefore must be dealt with. […]
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 12, 2010
I have actual puzzle-related news! You already know that Mike Shenk edits the Wall Street Journal’s excellent weekly crossword. Mike wrote me this evening with the following press release from the Journal. Prepare yourself for an onrush of happiness: On January 16, The Wall Street Journal launches the Saturday Puzzle, the new home for America’s […]
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 8, 2010
Oh, wait, they mean to protect people with allergies to nuts. Pecans and cashews and the like. Never mind.
By Eric Berlin | Published: January 7, 2010
100 beautiful cupcakes dedicated to various games. How many can you eat name?
Alma, a wonderful and creepy little animated short. And not from Pixar!
My new favorite blog: Art Masterpieces, Retitled.
About six months before I turned forty, I began telling people I had already reached that milestone age. This wasn’t a conscious decision, at least not the first time. I’d been having a small problem at work, a petty argument with a co-worker, and when a third party spoke to me about it, I expressed […]