The Anonymous Widower

Brain Boost: Lockdown Puzzles

The title of this post, is the same as that of a little section in the online copy of The Times, which says this.

Every day, Monday to Thursday, a printable page of extra puzzles to keep your brain trained during the lockdown

It’s funny, but the extra puzzles I got in the on-line copy were ones that I commonly do.

Does the Times server, look at the puzzles I do and give me ones I like as extras?

If they do, it is surely good marketing.

I think they’ll be giving out extra puzzles for a long time.

April 14, 2020 - Posted by | Computing, World | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. They probably do; Facebook really do that, and drive me mad. I tithe my income, split between 7 or 8 charities, and as a result, my Facebook page is full of posts asking for money.Part of the tithe I use to sponsor people running marathons etc, so lots of charities there, and mostly I hear about the marathon or whatever on Facebook. Some of them are for charities that I don’t otherwise donate to, but they appear on my Facebook time line as well as all the others. There are certain charities that I choose to not support because of various reasons, and I just delete those ones; but I can’t delete some of the others, I feel mean. My personal income isn’t great by any means, I have two properties which I lease, they are in the town I was born in, which isn’t affluent at all, and the rent, after agents deductions is my income.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | April 15, 2020 | Reply

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