| 4.21.2009

Check this...


We are slow.  Congrats Mr. Bevacqua.  I am green with jealous rage.


JM said...


"And all of these riddles are linked in a larger alternate-reality game, a genre that mixes online and real-world clues."

"Despite Mr. Bevacqua’s victory, there are still sections of the magazine that remain tantalizingly unaccounted for, like a two-page spread bearing an array of numbers and a lottery ticket that will be familiar to dedicated viewers of “Lost.” Asked via e-mail if these pages were connected to “Lost,” Damon Lindelof, an executive producer of the show, wrote, “I have no idea what you’re talking about.”"

Jer said...

I 'solved' the puzzle so far, but I still want to figure out where the last two words are in the issue.

Also I happened to go to www.wired.com/wired/puzzleanswerkey to look at an answer for a mini-puzzle and there's a video there of a guy talking about the puzzles.

While he's talking a bunch of words pop up on the screen at different times. The words are:
two-star dancer ring why herds seek writ coeds fine duff all sad

Bradical, are you all done with the puzzle talk here, or are you interested in tossing around some more ideas and looking for those last two words?