Rubicon(TV show): Episode 1: Will Travers, an intelligence analyst at the American Policy Institute (API), spots related crossword puzzle [Java] answers in multiple newspapers involving the government, suicides, conspiracies, ...
A Way With Words(song) (video; 5:49) by Amanda Yesnowitz and Brian Cimmet at ACPT 2010: article & lyrics: "I love words. I love words. I love glorious, uproarious, notorious words
Wouldn't that be natural for someone like me -- A dame whose name goes literally from A to Z."
Crossword (jazz) by Crossover Jazz Trio & Tino Tracanna, album 3 Words; MayasMix @ 03:20
Crossword(movie): "On a significant day in her life, a lonely woman who finds solace in the daily crossword finds that the answers to the clues are all around her. Is it magic, coincidence or something else entirely?"
Puzzled by People(song) (video; 3:10) by The Streets, album Computers and Blues; MayasMix @ 07:45; lyrics: "I'm pretty good at puzzles but puzzled by people / Sometimes you never find the answer
We never had a crossword (crossed word) / My words got lost and you never heard
I'm 2 (too) down you're one across the room / Beginning with I and ending in U"
Mrs Parker & the Vicious Crossword(movie); "Mrs Parker was told by her beau that by solving a crossword, which he compiled, she'd know his true feelings. One hitch - she's stuck on the last clue, and God isn't helping."
Crosswordpoem; Sally Bliumis-Dunn; PBS Art Beat; 9/19/2011
King Of The Crosswords(song) (video; 2:57) by David Mead, album Dudes; lyrics: "Give him that pen and the New York Times / And his hands would start movin' in a blur
Even without a dictionary he'd be done in five / He's the king of the crosswords"
"A Winning Combo": a commemorative puzzle by Steve Weyer; web; puzzle.pdf; solution.pdf; .puz; This draft puzzle (on right) is a mashup of Wynne's diamond-shaped original (in center), with 4 corner puzzles. It could also be thought of as a time capsule with its inner original words and clues (a few with notes for solvers of our era); the outer contemporary sections describe the puzzle (who, where, why, when, what), along with words/clues that would not have been known to solvers of that era; 3/20/2013
The Decades That Invented the Future: Part 12: The Present and BeyondDiscovery of Earth's Twin planet; Autonomous Cars; Wearable Technology; Growing the Visual Funnel (optics); Wide-Area Surveillance; AR (augmented reality), 3D printing; device convergence; Internet Memes; Kim Dotcom; Prosthetic Athletics; "Pluto Switch" (specialized hardware); Healthcare; 2/8/2013