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Can You Solve The Shoe Store Logic Puzzle?

Here’s a logic puzzle for you math lovers out there. A man buys a $10 pair of shoes with a $20 bill. The store owner doesn’t have any change, so he goes next door to the barber to get change from him. The store owner returns to his store and …

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Picross Touch

Picross Touch is an easily accessible and addictive logic based puzzler in which you decode Nonogram-style pixel art pictures as popularized by the Mario Picross games. For those unaware, Picross is a blend of Sudoku and Painting-by-Numbers, with you using the numbers around the edges of a grid to fill in the …

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How to make your kid’s artwork last forever

I always curated my kids’ artwork; I kept only the best pieces and still proudly display some of them, with others stored in a slim document box. (I have one for each child.) My approach was ruthless and low-tech, but today there are many other options – scanners, 3-D printers, …

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How to enjoy a Uniquely Designed Puzzle Game: Strata

Over the years, I’ve played so many games that I cannot even count, yet none is like this one. Strata Free is here to help you test the limits of your brain by completing complex weaves of colors to solve some impressive puzzles. If you love this idea and you are …

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9 Ways to Manage Brain Fog

One of the most frustrating symptoms of living with a chronic illness is brain fog. There are medications to treat many symptoms of chronic diseases, but sadly there isn’t yet a pill that takes away brain fog. However, there are ways to deal with it so patients can minimize its effects and …

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How Oracle Team USA are using freediving and logic puzzles to train their brains on America’s Cup glory

“One of the things that we identified was integrating different types of training into our schedule, developing the athlete as a whole, not just physically.” And that means everything from logic puzzles to memory recall apps, boxing, free-diving and, in the lead up to the 2013 America’s Cup, simulating hostage …

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