I thought I would have to resign myself to there being no puzzle this time round, as it is a very busy weekend. But somehow I have squeezed in producing a barred and a Jumbo grid, and I still have time to put up a daily puzzle from November 2010. There’s a Nina for you to find, and the solution page contains a link to a solving blog.
I have also expanded my blogroll after receiving the request I have finally authorised in the comments. I am happy to add blogs (I keep having to increase X in the Show X entries box) though I do have a look at them first. This one is an effective gathering of links to various puzzle sources, including Sudoku and computer games like The Room (I have Volume 1 and am still trying to find time to explore it…) The range of crossword items is very good and I will have to look at a few of them myself. This new addition is called Undisclosed Enumerations.
Some thing called Undisclosed Enumerations is bound to be some way down an alphabetical list. It reminds me that, back in the day, and back in my home town, taxi firm names evolved from ABC Taxis to AABC Taxis and eventually reached AAAAAAAATaxis, before Yellow Pages got overtaken by the internet. AAAAAAATimes for the Times, anyone? (Not that starting with U seems to have disadvantaged Uber particularly.)
Back in a fortnight. There’ll be a blog on Targeted Treatment going up in a couple of days, assuming I find time to write it. Then there’s a Times on 18 March, but otherwise you have my Friday appearances in The Independent to look for. Next time I will be encouraging some of you to tackle the Inquisitor of 27 March, if only because the Listener and EV puzzles that weekend are both by me.