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 Post subject: Newsletters: On Hiatus [December 2007 Posted]
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 6:45 pm 
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Hello,

My life is too hectic now, and this project is more than I have time for at the moment, so I'm currently putting the Newsletter on hiatus. I have the 'finished' December 2007 PDF attached, and I barely started on January '08, which has now been scrapped.

My life is just too busy at this time, but, sometime in the future, I hope to start this up once more.

I would love to still send this out, if people were willing to write sections or parts of it, I would gladly organize them and send them out accordingly.

If you're interested in doing so, please post here or PM me.

Regards and Happy Puzzling,
Noah Hevey


P.S. Although I at this time, will no longer be publishing the Newsletter, I am still considering opening my own website. Something similar to what has been suggested several times, most recently by Tony. "You should have your own Wikipuzzler site." I'm thinking of running something of that sort. We'll see if I have time.


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I think, as suggested in the newsletter, quarterly newsletters would probably be the best idea. I'm sure these are very difficult to put together so spreading out the work would very likely be a good idea.

However, I see these newsletters as something that will be useful much later. They are much more organized than the forum itself and they have a description of the important information that can be found in the threads. Something that's much easier to search and skim through.


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Noah,
The work that you have put into this is incredible, do not feel bad. We all have obligations.

I would love to help out, but I too have many obligations and would probably end up having to stop early into it. A quartly newsletter would be just fine by me, but don't feel obligated to do any.

-d


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I would be willing to help again with the newsletter again do not really mind what


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it is embarrasing, my curved micro mastermorphix is marked as 'NEW' but it was just a small sized copy of Noah's one :oops: :oops: :oops:


on the other hand, thank you Noah for your efforts writting the newsletters!


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I didn't compile the modifications actually.

And really? I don't think I've ever made a puzzle, let alone a curvy mastermorphix. :wink:

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guoguo wrote:
it is embarrasing, my curved micro mastermorphix is marked as 'NEW' but it was just a small sized copy of Noah's one :oops: :oops: :oops:


on the other hand, thank you Noah for your efforts writting the newsletters!


If indeed this was a mistake, it is my fault! Apologies...


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Noah wrote:
I didn't compile the modifications actually.

And really? I don't think I've ever made a puzzle, let alone a curvy mastermorphix. :wink:



oooops I was wrong, it was Aleh's convex pyramid

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Bound wrote:
If indeed this was a mistake, it is my fault! Apologies...

no problem, I forgot to mention Aleh's convex pyramid in my original thread and it seemed unfair for me not to do it here. Anyway I don't know the criteria, so if you consider it new for being the first keychain sized mastermorphix then it is OK for me

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