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I have created a list, with places you can find on-line, giving you detailed information about the New York Times Crossword puzzles.
1 * A great place to start is Wikipedia.org. The popular on-line free encyclopedia has an article, introducing the New York Times crossword. It shows us the details of this icon of American culture. It talks about the history of the crossword puzzle. And it gives us information about the style and conventions that are being used.
Click here to read the complete article.
2 * The second source for information about the New York Times Crossword puzzle, is the The Crossword Blog of The New York Times, called Wordplay.
You will need to take a subscription, and pay for access, if you can avail the budget. If you are unable to pay for the access yourself, then you could ask someone you know, whom has an account, to share it with you.
Or if she or he, has a full access account, and they still have a free bonus subscription. Then you could ask them if they would be willing to share, the bonus subscription with you.
This New York Times column, gives you a lot of articles to read about the New York Times crossword puzzle and crosswords in general. It covers: words to know, puzzle making, and solver stories. It is a must have, for the enthusiastic New York Times crossword lover.
Click here to visit the New York Times crossword blog.
3 * The third place I need to mention, is of course the web-page with the crosswords on The New York Times website. Here you will be able to play The Mini crossword, The Crossword puzzle of the day, The Monthly Bonus crossword, and so on.
All of these crosswords can be played on-line, can be printed in an optimized .pdf version or printed in a version as they appear in The New York Times newspaper, which is really cool.
And then you could also install the The New York Times crossword app on your smart-phone or tablet, so you can play it there also. In the app you can set the auto check functionality, to help you and train you on doing The New York Times Crossword puzzles. The website and app, are really first in class when it comes to functionality in our in fact digitized world. It is a must have for crossword enthusiasts, if you ask me. Click here to visit this web-page.
4 * On the fourth place I have a list with Frequently Asked Questions about The New York Times crossword. You will be able to get answers to questions like: What does it mean a subscription to The New York Times Crossword? What do i receive when I get a subscription?
How do I subscribe to The New York Time crossword?
This is a series of around 40, questions and answers, going into detail, about every aspect related to The New York Time crossword.
Take your time to read these questions and answers, to familiarize yourself, with the possibilities of a subscription to The New York Times Crossword puzzle. Click here to visit the mentioned web-page.
5 * As a fifth, I want to mention the link to The New York Times Crossword Subscription page. Click here to visit the page.
New York Times Crossword Puzzle
Where can I find more information about the New York Times Crossword puzzle?
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6 * On the sixth position, I am mentioning The New York Times Crossword apps page. Here you will find an overview, and links to the available apps for your mobile device. Click here to visit the said page.
7 * On the seventh position, and following I want to mention a few blogs, whom are creating a community around doing crossword puzzles, and of course also New York Times Crossword. The first I want to mention is Rex Word Puzzle. Probaly the Greatest Crossword Solver in the Whole Universe. Click here to visit his blog.
8 * On the eight position, we have the crossword blog called
"Crosswordfiend", where you will be able to find reviews of the best crosswords in print and on the web, thus also The New York Times crossword. It's basically a collective of crossword friends. Click here to visit.
9 * On the ninth position, we have XWord Info which has been created by Jim Horne. These days it is being operated by Jeff Chen who provides commentary on each daily puzzle. It focusses on fun facts about the New York Times Crossword puzzle. Click here to visit
10 * And finally on the tenth position, I would like to mention "Horace and Frances" blog, where they discuss The New York Times Crossword. They are ordinary people whom enjoy doing crosswords. Read their blog posts by clicking here.
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