## Kurzgesagt

Constant learning is important, but often times a very boring process. To tackle this issue, the guys from Kurzgesagt have started releasing new, engaging, educational videos every few weeks. Some of the puzzling topics they cover are A.I. (artificial intelligence), finance, the Big Bang, and many others. Both the quality of the production and the content itself are very high, so we recommend all of our friends to watch these videos.

So, do not waste time and go check Kurzgesagt’s website by clicking the image below, or simply visit the official YouTube channel.

## The Master Theorem

In case you have never heard about “the secret society of puzzle solvers” at The Master Theorem, then get ready to face about 50 of the most creative, challenging and original puzzles you can find on the web. Even though the website rarely has been updated in the last few years, it can offer tens of hours of problem solving to all newcomers. In order to sign up and explore everything TMT has to offer, you must first complete one of the numerous puzzles posted there. An easy one you can start with is “Old McDonald”, which can be solved using this… SPOILER.

## Monday Punday

We have always believed puns are fun, but never thought they could be so challenging. Matthew Broussard, a comedian, has made hundreds of them for his website Monday Punday. Every Monday Matthew adds new puzzle pun, which you can try to solve and check your answer. Just make sure you don’t give up the solution, because he really does not like that. Visit Monday Punday by clicking the image below.

## Ouverture Facile

In case you enjoyed our exciting puzzle crime story “Detective Sanders and the Zodiac Killer”, you may want to try some other similar browser puzzles. One of our favorites is “Ouverture Facile” (“Easy Opening” from French), consisting of over 90 different levels. Test your puzzle skills by clicking the image below and see how far you can get. After you finish with Ouverture Facile, you can check also “Notpron”“God Tower”“Weffriddles”, and “The Python Challenge”.

## The Zoomquilt

You may not know this, but we have a strange penchant for optical illusions, fractals, and other mind-perplexing images. That’s why we got so impressed when we saw for the first time the “infinite-zoom” artwork by Nikolaus Baumgarten. Bearing the suitable name “The Zoomquilt”, this seemingly never-ending image instantly became our favorite screen-saver. Take a look at it by clicking the image below, and if you like it, make sure to search YouTube for other similar illustrations.