Between the Covers: Dos and don’ts at the public library – Seaside Signal

There is a childrens book at the Seaside Public Library called, If you ever want to bring a circus to the library, Dont! by Elise Parsley. I enjoy these books because I know the author but it also reminds me of all the things people bring to the library and shouldnt. I was reminded again of this title earlier this morning as I did my weekly trash sweep outside the library and picked up three left shoes (apparently the right foot is in more demand these days), a white sock (again just one, must have been a left foot), and various other paraphernalia and trash

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We’ve all done puzzles during the pandemic, but we haven’t done puzzles like this – Concord Monitor

If you are like me, you have wrestled with a lot of puzzles during these stay-at-home months. Jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, Sudokus, chess puzzles, retrograde chess puzzles (intriguing; check it out), even one those metal puzzles you try to take apart while waiting for your drink at a bar which somehow ended up in a drawer. Ive been doing them all after a bazillion hours stuck in the house and I bet youve been doing the same.

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VR Puzzler Hyperstacks Will Be Coming To Steam Q2 2021 – Bleeding Cool News

Spain-based indie development studio Squirrel Bytes revealed their new game Hyperstacks is on the way to Steam this year. The game will have you playing as a small robotic creature who will go through different levels like a platformer to solve puzzles and make your way into the next area. It adds a little bit of a challenge to things being in VR with first-person, as elements of it remind us of Portal

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