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Awards and accolades for -- "Comprehensive site offers a selection of resources, articles, news, FAQs, and puzzles. Includes links to a variety of recreational sites." -- 4 January 1999 Vol.4, No.1 THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS -- Northeastern University  -- "the best puzzle site on the web; hosted by Ed Pegg"  -- Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule of Zurich  - A gold star site, the best of the best.  "This fantastic site is packed full of interesting goodies, and there's a weekly math puzzle."  - A key resource  - Dr. Matrix award for Science Excellence - SAMI (Science and Math Initiatives) - Science News Online  - Treebeard's links  -- St. Louis Public Schools - "A clearing house of math puzzles to get your students to thinking mathematically. This sight will give your students the challenge that they need to think critically about numbers. The puzzles are reproducible and can be used to send home for a homework assignment or just for fun."   - Global Access To Educational Resources - "all kinds of brain stretchers"   -- To see his maze, go to Ed's web site,  (which, incidentally, is the best puzzle site on the Internet), scroll down to "My Math Puzzle Pages," then click on "Multistate Mazes."

Dr. Clifford Pickover (IBM Watson Research Center) -- "Wow, your web page is fantastic!"

Chris M. Dickson, Mind Sports Organisation -- "I've just spent half an hour when I should have been working perusing through your site. :-)  I love, but love the 'fair dice' page and have printed it out for a friend."