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Happy weekend-after-Pi-Day, everyone! Hope you all are recovering from a week of (no doubt) partying hard in celebration of our favorite irrational number.
For this week, I'm extending the party another day with a pi-themed puzzle! I don't know why I keep doing this to myself, but this one is another non-AmuseLabs-compatible grid, so it's PDF only.
In other news...
I'm chopping my way through the Boswords spring themeless league! It's certainly an assault on the solving ego, but I know I'm competing against the best in the world. (Or, the best in the world who didn't want to compete in the Stormy division.)
Doing this puzzle reminded me that I'm subscribed to Malaika's google group, Girlbosswords, and I found a couple more STEM puzzles in the google group archives. Coincidentally, both are collaborations with Brooke Husic.
I saw the title "Multidimensional" and was very excited for some sort of three-dimensional fill, but it turned out to be more of a standard wordplay-type thing. The grid was cool, though-- I was impressed when I realized it wasn't in fact symmetrical, even though it looked like it was.
Then I tried to do "Geometry Final", but my printer didn't cooperate and I ended up with a tiny version of half the puzzle at the top of the page. I'll have to get to that one later.
Finally, I will be at ACPT in two weeks-- maybe I'll put a puzzle up that weekend, maybe I won't, I'll have to see. Very much looking forward to it :))