This bonus post covers two items that may be of interest. First, if you spend time searching the xwordinfo or cruciverb databases, our favorite shiftless lad joon has made that task a little easier with his Firefox search plugins. He explains it all here. Very clever, joon!
Second, if you haven't already seen this on Rex's site, here's a press release from Magmic:
Are you a crossword puzzle addict who owns a Blackberry?
Magmic Games, under license from The New York Times, is now looking for enthusiastic participants to help shape the soon-to-be-released mobile version of The New York Times Crosswords. Your commitment would involve: downloading a pre-release version of The New York Times Crosswords onto your Blackberry; spending some time playing the game; and then answering a questionnaire giving your feedback and suggestions.
If you are interested in applying to take part, please send an email to email@example.com, with the subject line “Application”. The body of the email should include the following information:
- Your name
- Your email address
- Your Blackberry model number, e.g., 8130
- Your location: City/State or Province/Country
- Your experience with crossword puzzles
Please note that your personal data will not be used for any other purpose, now or in the future.
ABOUT MAGMIC GAMES
Magmic Games is a world leading developer and publisher of mobile entertainment with over 80 titles in action, sports, casino, puzzle, retro and multi-player genres across a variety of mobile platforms, and is the world’s leading provider of Blackberry games through its portal www.bPlay.com. Go to www.magmic.com for more on Magmic Games.