Look around at the people on a train, at a bus stop, or in an airport. Chances are, lots of them are playing some kind of game on their smartphones. But in any crowd, you'll likely see someone poring over a different pocket diversion — the crossword puzzle, still going strong today on its 100th birthday. It's been a…
When hackers break into the databases of the great and good—like Adobe—they're often left with an encrypted password and an unencrypted password hint. In other words, a giant, modern version of a crossword puzzle.
Does anyone know what the vandalism laws in Lviv, Ukraine are? Because I doubt that those "Oh, I always do these in pen, doesn't everyone?" sort of crossword pros would be able to resist this one.