The New York Times blog Numberplay just finished up a 4-part series on the Art of Intuition. Here’s links to the articles, which include some really fun puzzles along the way.
Who I Am ePeterso2Iâ€™m Eric Peterson, and my email address is email@example.com. Iâ€™m a software engineer who lives in a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Iâ€™ve enjoyed solving puzzles for years, and a few years ago I began constructing puzzles of my own. If youâ€™re ever in Broward County and would like to get together some time, please send me a note by email and let me know. I love the opportunity to meet with other puzzleheads, especially if it involves lunch. Puzzle Testing I believe that the best way to make a puzzle even better is to ask someone else to solve it. You learn so much about how people think, how people approach your puzzle, pitfalls they may encounter, and outright errors in your construction by having someone else try it before you unleash it upon the world. If youâ€™re a puzzle constructor, I would be honored to test your puzzle for you. Send me email with your puzzle or a link to it, and Iâ€™ll try solving it, as long as I have time available to do so. Iâ€™m a busy guy, so my time is limited â€¦ but Iâ€™m always open to a challenge. My Public Profiles * My Linked In profile * My Geocaching.com profile * My FloridaCaching.com profile Puzzles Iâ€™ve Written * Geocaching puzzles Puzzles Iâ€™ve Solved * Geocaching puzzles (solved and found) What Happened to ePeterso1? ePeterso1 was a horrible experiment gone wrong that had to be hunted down and killed before he claimed the lives of any more innocent victims. Most of the bugs that caused ePeterso1 to go haywire have been corectted in ePeterso2. View all posts by ePeterso2