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Posted by Admin on 16th February 2009


This post contains off-topic comments removed from elsewhere on the site.

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Authorwise search

Posted by C G Rishikesh on 2nd February 2009

C G Rishikesh.

Sometime ago a kind soul had given a tip (among the comments here) on how to marshal all the posts of a particular blogger. I found it useful.
Now I am unable to recall what is to be entered in the address field.
Following a disk crash, I lost the file in which I maintained a record of my Tuesday blogs. Hence this query.
Help will be appreciated.

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Crossword Ends in Violence (5)

Posted by neildubya on 23rd November 2008


I’ve received an email from James Cary, a TV and radio comedy writer, who has written a novel about the crossword controversy surrounding the D-Day landings (which was talked about in the recent BBC4 program about cryptics). The hero of the story is modern day professional crossword setter called John Fellowes.

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Posted by Colin Blackburn on 5th September 2007

Colin Blackburn.

It’s good to see that even the crazy anarcho-punk-folk ensemble Chumbawamba like to turn to a decent cryptic puzzle in between demos and gigs…

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All about you

Posted by neildubya on 11th July 2007


One of the advantages of moving the blog to its own domain is that I’m able to get much more information about who’s reading us. It’s amazing the stuff you can find out:

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If you want fast solving times you need to start young…

Posted by neildubya on 2nd July 2007


My three-month old son Dylan helping me with last Saturday’s Indie crossword.

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Independent Weekend #598 – SQUARES by JUDE

Posted by petebiddlecombe on 22nd December 2006


This is a sample review to show what you can expect in the New Year, when we hope to cover this puzzle every week. Jude is Mike Laws, editor of this puzzle.

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