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All opinions are welcome here, especially critical ones. I try to better my understanding.
Anyways thanks for the insight it really helps when you have an analysis of the thing itself, rather than just plain old solutions. I have tried online for such resources but haven't found (admittedly haven't tried too hard), maybe there's something out there with critical analysis of Crosswords' solutions, usually there are one or two examples from each type of clues, which do help in solving but not so much in writing. I guess that is something you can only get good at after solving lots of crosswords.
I really enjoy the riddle part and having the fun of figuring stuff out. Knowing the answer beforehand really screws up with that, not that you don't have fun writing it, it's just that once it is done it is done. No more looking up vague references.
I would rate the curved OLED displays on phones as #1 useless innovation.
Just because they could bend a display, it doesn't mean they have to dump it on a product.
How bad this is. It's so annoying and uncomfortable.
In fact, it is said - the curved design makes it weaker structurally.
Anybody has a phone with curved display (on the two sides ) and finding great use-cases for the same?
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