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PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 9:22 am 
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Am I going colour-blind? :? I see two orange center pieces on the V7! :|

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Am I going colour-blind? :? I see two orange center pieces on the V7! :|

Welcome to the club! :wink:

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I'm not sure I'm getting this right, does that say, "cubists do it in BR moves?"

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Cubists do it in 52 moves.
That was back in 1981 :-)

I still have several of these stickers (they were made by David Singmaster), but I don't find them just now to take a picture.

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I was just told about this. A search says that El Goonish Shive (the comic in question) has never been mentioned on the forums before so I'm guessing no one has seen it before.

Look at what the girl on the left is doing in the first two panels.

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The cube was mentioned on last night's The Daily Show. Having trouble embedding the link so watch it here:
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-n ... --the-ball

It is around 2:50, you might as well watch the whole thing though.

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As a side note, if anyone reading this is waiting for me to build them a puzzle. I haven't forgotten about you. Some parts took longer than I thought they would to arrive, I returned to college, got a dog, fell into computer withdrawal after the dog ate my power cord, suddenly needed to spend time cleaning the house so that the dog wouldn't be able to get into things he shouldn't be getting into, lost things, found things, and just bought some things I'm hoping will speed up my puzzle making process. Much progress should be made today.

I'm going to assume that everyone who wanted one still wants one and only contact anyone after I've finished building their puzzle. Whenever I plan ahead things go wrong.


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It was also mentioned on Daily Planet last night (they were talking about the world record for a Rubik's Cube Mosaic; it was a reproduction of the Last Supper as seen here)

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last nights daily show had john stewart talking about the national toy hall of fame. he was mad because ball was just inducted after 10 years. he said he would be really angry if bubble wrap made it before rubik's cube. check it out on hulu

http://www.hulu.com/watch/109251/the-da ... ov-16-2009

i dont remember where but its 10-15 minutes in =D

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last nights daily show had john stewart talking about the national toy hall of fame. he was mad because ball was just inducted after 10 years. he said he would be really angry if bubble wrap made it before rubik's cube. check it out on hulu

http://www.hulu.com/watch/109251/the-da ... ov-16-2009

i dont remember where but its 10-15 minutes in =D


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The cube was mentioned on last night's The Daily Show. Having trouble embedding the link so watch it here:
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-n ... --the-ball

It is around 2:50, you might as well watch the whole thing though.


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chris the cynic wrote:
ndgamer4life wrote:
last nights daily show had john stewart talking about the national toy hall of fame. he was mad because ball was just inducted after 10 years. he said he would be really angry if bubble wrap made it before rubik's cube. check it out on hulu

http://www.hulu.com/watch/109251/the-da ... ov-16-2009

i dont remember where but its 10-15 minutes in =D


Unless there is something wrong with the link I posted I recommend using it. It only shows the relevant segment.
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The cube was mentioned on last night's The Daily Show. Having trouble embedding the link so watch it here:
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-n ... --the-ball

It is around 2:50, you might as well watch the whole thing though.


ooops, didnt see that one tucked in there at the end, the comic sort of caught my attention...... at the same time, it is rather upsetting that the cube isnt in the hall of fame yet....

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Here's the actual link.

And here is a close-up of the cube:

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In one of the science labs in my school there's a picture of an octopus holding a 3x3x3. I doubt I'll be able to get a picture though, due to the 'no phones in school' rule. :(

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In one of the science labs in my school there's a picture of an octopus holding a 3x3x3. I doubt I'll be able to get a picture though, due to the 'no phones in school' rule. :(

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Is this what you were referring to?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... tacle.html

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I found this one on the back of a farming magazine that my dad got in the mail today.

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In one of the science labs in my school there's a picture of an octopus holding a 3x3x3. I doubt I'll be able to get a picture though, due to the 'no phones in school' rule. :(

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Is this what you were referring to?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... tacle.html


Yes it is! Thanks for finding it!

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This is an article from the Boulder Daily Camera (the local newspaper) about the dorm that I live in at the University of Colorado. My Face-turning Rhombic Dodecahedron shows up in the second to last picture. I'm the guy in the bright yellow shirt.

http://www.buffzone.com/cu-news/ci_13879159

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Georges wrote:
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Here's the actual link.

And here is a close-up of the cube:

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HI-HI!

I work at the Rubik Studio, and I made this cube (I made all these stickered promo cubes). 8-)
But there is one difference. I made it without the faces...

It looks someone restickered it! :D

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Olivér Nagy wrote:
I work at the Rubik Studio, and I made this cube (I made all these stickered promo cubes). 8-)


Aaaah... I *knew* your name sounded familiar, but could not remember... you are the snow-cube guy!!!

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kastellorizo wrote:
Olivér Nagy wrote:
I work at the Rubik Studio, and I made this cube (I made all these stickered promo cubes). 8-)


Aaaah... I *knew* your name sounded familiar, but could not remember... you are the snow-cube guy!!!

:D


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Yes I am!
Every year at winter we make a "snow cube contest" in Hungary!

Here is the result of the last years:
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2007-2008
2006-2007 (the first snow cube)
Maybe this year we can make it international... I just need to figure out what will be the prize for the winner, and how can we manage the whole thing.

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Olivér Nagy wrote:
kastellorizo wrote:
Olivér Nagy wrote:
I work at the Rubik Studio, and I made this cube (I made all these stickered promo cubes). 8-)


Aaaah... I *knew* your name sounded familiar, but could not remember... you are the snow-cube guy!!!

:D


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Yes I am!
Every year at winter we make a "snow cube contest" in Hungary!

Here is the result of the last years:
2008-2009
2007-2008
2006-2007 (the first snow cube)
Maybe this year we can make it international... I just need to figure out what will be the prize for the winner, and how can we manage the whole thing.



Any chance to send some snow to Australia or Singapore?

:mrgreen:


Pantazis


PS. But seriously, if I manage to go to Nuremberg this February, I could also participate!
You should make a new post about this very cool (and I mean SNOWY cool) competition! :)

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Olivér Nagy wrote:
kastellorizo wrote:
Olivér Nagy wrote:
I work at the Rubik Studio, and I made this cube (I made all these stickered promo cubes). 8-)


Aaaah... I *knew* your name sounded familiar, but could not remember... you are the snow-cube guy!!!

:D


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Yes I am!
Every year at winter we make a "snow cube contest" in Hungary!

Here is the result of the last years:
2008-2009
2007-2008
2006-2007 (the first snow cube)
Maybe this year we can make it international... I just need to figure out what will be the prize for the winner, and how can we manage the whole thing.


Nice cubes but these guys seem obsessed with white plastic!

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You'd have the easiest time making one, I think.

Step one: Roll a giant snow ball
Step two: Add lines

That's all! Tony's ball puzzles would be so easy to make out of snow.

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Tony Fisher wrote:
Nice cubes but these guys seem obsessed with white plastic!


You need to show us how to build a Black snow cube! :solved:

Just take part in our competition at TP Forum, and show us how to do it:
INTERNATIONAL SNOW CUBE BUILDING COMPETITION

But from you I think nothing is impassible! :lol:

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This is the "Pyraminx Building" I saw while i was on a trip in Kansas City Missouri a couple of weeks ago. I got the attention of my friend and said "I thought the Meffert's factory was in Hong Kong!" :lol:

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A 12 year old solves the Rubik's Cube in about 2 minutes:

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-363711

This is real news! It even made the front screen of http://www.cnn.com :lol:


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A 12 year old solves the Rubik's Cube in about 2 minutes:

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-363711

This is real news! It even made the front screen of http://www.cnn.com :lol:


What?!?!

I could solve a 3x3x3 when I was 12! Is CNN normally like that or was it just a slow day?

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Demetri Martin solves one in his useless talents portion.
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Starts at 6:38.

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lol Demetri Martin is so funny, but that was like 3 turns :roll:

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Volitar Prime wrote:
A 12 year old solves the Rubik's Cube in about 2 minutes:

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-363711

This is real news! It even made the front screen of http://www.cnn.com :lol:



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Today, during lunch I saw a big group of kids surrounding one of the lunch tables cheering. I assumed it was a fight going on and so did all the lunch supervisors who rushed over to break it up. Turns out it was two kids racing to see who could solve their rubiks cubes first. I love my school. MLIA
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An all white Rubik's Cube on page 2.

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"Life is complicated enough. Talk to your doctor about HIV treatment."

An all white Rubik's Cube on page 2.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/23135171/08-11-Aktuelles-Hiv


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Here's the picture:



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I just watched the film 'Shorts'. The black boxes in it aren't really puzzles but they remind me of mirror blocks cubes.

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I just watched Night at the Museum 2 and in it, Ben Stiller refers to 'the cube of Rubik' as a way of destroying your enemies whilst talking to an Egyptian guy. :D

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Today on the Nickelodeon game show "Brain Surge", when they interviewed the contestants, one of the kids said he collected Rubik's Cubes, and his average time was 20 seconds! (And this kid was only about 10 years old! :shock: )


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I saw a directline advert with a Rubik's cube on it yesterday but I can't find a video of it yet. If I get one, I'll post it.

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In "The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus", the first step on the stairway to redemption appeared to be labeled

"12x12x12"

I thought I might have been seeing what I expected, and there is some other meaning. But that really looked like what it said. Strange!

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:29 am 
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Directline ad in England has a 3x3x3 on it. I'll find a video.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:39 am 
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APJ wrote:
I saw a directline advert with a Rubik's cube on it yesterday but I can't find a video of it yet. If I get one, I'll post it.

Alex

Retr0 wrote:
Directline ad in England has a 3x3x3 on it. I'll find a video.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Argh.. :lol: Beat me to it.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:01 am 
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I saw an ad on cartoon network, and there is a mirror block with cartoon characters on it solved by itself.(no video :( )

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