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I've added a site menu at the top of the page above the clock. I have also uploaded a crossword puzzle for you all to have a go at. It's my first effort so tell me what you think. It's a bit thin on content, so the long words will be hard to guess.
I can make more puzzles if enough people provide me with the material (words and clues).
A good crossword Martin
I got stuck on a few, is there any chance of extra clues?
Eileen
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Originally posted by skitzy


A good crossword Martin
I got stuck on a few, is there any chance of extra clues?
Eileen



I turned the clues off [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

I'll give them out when more people have had a go.

I could do with some ideas for more crosswords folks. I quite like this software, it was free and very easy to use
Fabulous stuff, Martin.
very cool martin!
Good addition Martin. You may already have this link
http://www.freesticky.com/stickyweb/ to other free web content.
Martin:

There's a free crossword evey day on these two sites. You might want to just link them, rather than copy them over, to avoid copyright issues. Users should be aware that the spelling is US English.

http://www07.pogo.com/index.jsp?sls=2

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/crossword/


Frank
Well, at the risk of making myself unpopular, there's a free crossword in the Sun, Mirror, Times, Telegraph, Express, Guardian, Mail, FT, and so on. You can probably link to them. Only question is, what would that link add to the site?

There are many learned articles on "management" that cover the differing efficacies of a) hiring in the local baker to run the roach coach and b) handing out stuff you've cooked yourself. I think the principles apply here, too.
Thanks for the links Frank. I see your point Dave. For a while now, I have been asking the members (and anyone else who visits) for content to add to the web site. Sometimes it feels like my words have fallen on deaf ears (or eyes), but the forum has grown steadily over the past year and I have to say that I do get a lot of satisfaction out of it, especially when I see the difference it has made to the people who use it.

Progress on this site is slow, but I feel it's going in the right direction.
Actually, Dave, many of the UK newspaper crosswords are available only to "Club" members who pay 20 quid or so a year to get on-line access. The two I listed are free and change every day. My wife does both of them daily.


Frank
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