The most comprehensive and easy to navigate link directory for anything related to other puzzles and brain activities - games, toys, crosswords, quizzes, trivia, IQ, math and much more.
The best Flash and Casual games available on the Web get reviewed, discussed and recommended here.
A light-hearted, Christian blog from a small Congregational Church in Devon, UK. Authored by Cyn
Keep up with the youngest member of the Torre family. The title is in reference to the fact that the translation of Torre in English is Tower.
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Her name is Leena. Her major addiction is puzzles and she says the best and most enjoyable of them are made right by Conceptis. No arugment here.
CultCase is an online magazine dedicated culture and arts. Each case covers a different aspect of human spirit, from painting and film-making, poetry and music to advertising and architecture, popular science and cyberspace.
A puzzle weblog with over 1100 puzzle related entries, more than 100 different puzzles including photo's and description, puzzle solutions and other puzzle related info.
The blog of eNKay - an avid Conceptis fan and logic puzzle master (Italian).
Musings, pictures and observations by Sillyliss
Though mostly teaching math at VWO students (class 1-5) Bert's math website support about 1400 students aged 11-18 at the CSG Het Noordik secondary school in the Netherlands. The site offers extra math problems to prepare for tests.
Chicken Legs and Chicken Wing =)
The mathiest dojo around. In an abstract way.
A very cool "mother at home" blogger who also fans Conceptis puzzles
chemical_lover's blog: "I hate to define myself or say this is what I am. I think far too many people will make judgements about me based on a few words rather than taking the time to read my journal and get to see what I am thinking. That said I am a student at the University of Waterloo taking Chemistry..."
My name is meep. My friends gave me this name in 1991 and it's based on my real name (and not based on any squeaky noises I make... because I don't make them. I do snort, however)
World Puzzle Championships communal weblog
Gretchen, aka gem. 21. English major. Writer/aspiring author. Closet eccentric. Occasionally obsessive. Introverted, shy, introspective, often downright mopey. Enjoys a good laugh, a weird movie, live music, and chocolate. Has no idea what she's doing with her life.
DrHeimlich: Giving you my thoughts to choke on.
Paul Stevens is an associate editor at Tor and Forge Books, acquiring and editing everything from science fiction and fantasy to Middle Eastern women's fiction. He also has this cool Conceptis Puzzles linked from his "Distractions" side menue
Lauri's blog: other than puzzling, "occupations" include Mom, Writer, Teacher for Gifted Children, Literacy Tutor Coordinator and Community Volunteer
Earl Talbot's articles on ezinearticles.com
Thomas Snyder spent his entire childhood "growing up in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY," which means he has "developed a thick skin after surviving numerous blizzards, multiple Super Bowl defeats, an obvious forward lateral, and a clear crease violation in triple overtime."
Turns out the Jedi thing has become a life-philosophy for Lisa and a useful way of looking at how she live her life.