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- Inter-University Cube Relay 2013-2014
- Results from the Negative Time Solving Contest 2013 have been posted! This is the first year I missed this.
- It's that time of the year again! Negative Time Solving Contest 2013.
- And the top three of Inter-University Cube Relay 2012-2013 are...
Congrats to the winners, and thanks to everyone for participating! Full results.
- Cal (Berkeley, CA, USA) 44.61
- Northeast Forestry University (Harbin, Heilongjiang, China) 44.72
- University of Waterloo [Team A] (Waterloo, Canada) 47.59
- Inter-University Cube Relay 2012-2013
- Final results of Negative Time Solving Contest 2012. Congratulations to Andrew Kang and Lars Petrus!
- Negative Time Solving Contest 2012 is this weekend in most of North America.
- I'm starting in Stanford's math PhD program. See my department website.
- More juggling! Passing and takeouts with Erick Knight, passing with Matt Wise: 8 doubles and 6-count popcorn, 3-count popcorn, 8 singles, 9 (doubles over singles).
- Check out Matt Wise and my WhyNot juggling tutorial, our entry to the 2012 IJA tutorial contest: YouTube, Juggling.tv.
- 8-club passing with Matt Wise
- Full results of the 1st World Inter-University Cube Relay
- stats.cubing.net: Unofficial WCA Statistics Website
- Introducing the 1st World Inter-University Cube Relay. Register your team by 12/20.
- Anthony Brooks won Negative Time Solving Contest 2011 with the most negative time of -59 minutes 51.08 seconds. Head over to the finalized results for some impressive achievements and attempts, including a negative-time 4x4 Multi-BLD 4/4 by Chris Hardwick!
- The annual Negative Time Solving Contest 2011 will take place this weekend for many European countries and next weekend in North America. See link for details.
- Princeton Fall 2012 will take place on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at the Richardson Auditorium at Princeton University (same venue as this year).
- A story by Tyson Mao: "The Origin of the Mystery Puzzle"
- Some juggling and pictures from Princeton Fall 2011. Results here when finalized.
- Get excited for Princeton Fall 2011 this Saturday!
- Interview with Yu Nakajima
- A Collection of Cubing Curiosities
- COL version of Advanced F2L, in progress.
- Rollover menu. Let me know what you think.
- Registration for Princeton Fall 2011 closes on September 17. Do it now!
- Coming soon: Interview with the 2007 3x3 Speedsolve World Champion, Yu Nakajima.
- I made the final round of 3x3 speedsolve (where I placed last) and 3x3 one-handed at US Nationals 2011. Personal records: 3x3 11.86 average; 3x3 OH 18.xx+ single, 21.98 average. Full results.
- One-question interview by Chris Krueger at US Nationals, in Chinese.
- Stefan Pochmann and the Rubik's Revolution
- Things cubers want non-cubers to understand
- How to learn to speedcube
- I'll be a guest on the CubeCast Podcast's Episode 20 LIVE with co-guests Dan Cohen and David Woner and hosts Andrew Kang and Thom Barlow. Tune in to the stream on Monday, June 13, at 4pm EST.
- I was interviewed for the June 2011 issue of the cube magazine Mirror Reflection Magazine.
- Now (re)hosting David Salvia's Visual CLL and ELL.
- A new look.
- I have a personal website.
- Introducing Magic Wondeful.
- Princeton CS MSE Arman Suleimenov featured me on his internet video show, Nameless @ Princeton, with book and website recommendations, etc. Check it out.
- I'm featured on the Princeton University homepage in a video, "Shotaro Makisumi dreams in cubes." Yes, I did the Z-perm wrong. Permanent link.