Wired Magazine (SPOILER ALERT)

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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by ezamover » Tue Jul 23, 2013 4:05 am

if you want to be really naughty look it up on <removed> ...
its there for all to see :-)

And just so you know the scanned shot is all there is.
There is NO other information other than what was shown in the spoiler article

As for copyright laws ..
Fair use comes to mind.
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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by ezamover » Tue Jul 23, 2013 4:09 am

Chyron wrote:
03SVTCobra wrote:
stet wrote:Isn't there potential copyright issues with posting a complete scan of the magazine article?
People scan magazine articles all the time and post them on forums. Who really cares. I can't believe this is even an argument!
I can -- people need something to gripe about =D
Spot ON !!

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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by pcad » Wed Jul 24, 2013 1:24 am

I've seen the US edition of August Wired magazine and there's no mention of Revomaze in it. I would have liked a hard copy of the R2 article even though we have a picture of it. Oh well...
Peter

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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by ReVoRabbit » Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:55 pm

"removed reference to banned site"

we have banned sites?
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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by rodrigue10 » Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:24 pm

If you're looking for a "hard copy" in the US i would give Ebay a try.
I just found an August 2013 version for $8 shipped...not sure if there will be more listing, but i found many sellers that sell Wired UK mags. You could send a message to these sellers to see if they can get you an August 2013 issue...

If you're just interested in checking out the excerpt on the R2 i would check out getting a digital subscription of just that issue...i did that as well and it was about $5-$6 .

I would offer a copy for those interested, but...those darn copyright laws...
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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by robbaylis79 » Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:03 pm

http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive ... o-treasure

This is the article. Just need to google it...
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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by y2khappens » Sat Oct 05, 2013 3:14 am

After you open your first Revomaze, you know what the core
looks like, however it doesn't diminish the fun of opening the
next one in the series, so imho, I don't think its a big deal. :geek:
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Re: Wired Magazine

Post by Auroch » Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:27 am

y2khappens wrote:After you open your first Revomaze, you know what the core
looks like, however it doesn't diminish the fun of opening the
next one in the series, so imho, I don't think its a big deal. :geek:
I agree. I saw a glimpse of the prototype but didn't study it and didn't feel too bothered by having come across it on my own via google (I wasn't even intentionally seeking it out). Either way, it's only a slight "spoil" and if anything this situation can simply serve as a great learning experience for future puzzles. After this, I'd be amazed if an inside look at a totally new type of puzzle was shared so openly beforehand (if at all). Even if there is, I likely wouldn't go out of my way to see it.
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Re: Wired Magazine (SPOILER ALERT)

Post by Will » Sun Feb 09, 2014 2:57 am

Just noticed there's a completely open shot of a R1 Revomaze in a corner of the article...! Wonder which one it is. Would be even more of a spoiler than the R2 prototype shot if someone haven't solved that maze yet... Still I guess what happened happened and what passed passed.
LM #21: Opened
IN #21: Opened
GM #21: Opened
BR #21: Opened
OR #151: Opened
Ti SE 21-50: Opened
BU #808: Opened
CU #21: Twisting and turning
AU #21: Waiting

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Re: Wired Magazine (SPOILER ALERT)

Post by pcad » Sun Feb 09, 2014 3:54 am

Kind of hard to tell which one it is unless you've opened all of them. There are still two R1's which haven't been released yet, the purple and the Voyager R1. That would be pretty perverse if they used one of them. If they did, at least they didn't give anything away about the current mazes.

I did alert Sophie about this when it first came out. She said they were aware of it and not to worry about it. I think the only other core that was photographed and circulated was the Red.

Makes you wonder...this was an article about the R2 after all.
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