Episode #125 of the Stack Overflow podcast is here. We talk Tilde Club and mechanical keyboards. Listen now
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The introductory paragraph is a clue to As Arnaud has pointed out


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The program is failing because: It would seem that:


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They are all I’m guessing this means that the The Then And the title:


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The answer could be Which I believe would mean that For the reason that


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I believe the answer is since, Plus,


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Here are my answers -- I hope I'm the one who has discovered the puzzle creator's intended solutions. And of course,


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To solve it in the spirit of the riddle, we run: which provides us with the reason: So it is unlikely that the problem will be resolved soon...


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The dots in between the squares... These can be interpreted There are also some other ways to extract similar arrangements of letters: The data collected: The next step needed heavy hinting for me to find it: Unused information [hinted to be a clue to the step I did first]:


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(Firstly, can I just say that this is a really nice little puzzle and it is a shame it has never garnered the attention it deserves!) As for the solution, I believe your AI created this art to represent your travels using: To start with, we know from the text that you have visited 12 countries. Note then that the line of the artwork which represents the ‘...


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17 is and for a final answer:


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As PiIsNot3 found, The next step is to There's one more important piece of information: This last piece of information is the most important: it hints at So, with that information, And finally,


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If you use...


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The expression is: There are:


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Gladys is visiting The full nonogram: And if we split and rearrange like this: Then


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If you look at So the answer is


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I earlier pointed out in a comment, that according to Hint 1 @Rubio confirmed, that it is a good lead, and now with Hint 2 and Hint 3 we can get the solution.


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Partial answer for part 3: The text in the image is Solving for X and Z, we get and then, something along the lines of Part 2 looks like Part 1 seems to be a list of but I've yet no idea what to do with it. For starters, Although my 日本語 is a bit rusty,


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Section I Lines 1-3: Lines 4-6: Lines 7-9: Lines 10-12: Lines 13-15: So one of your favourite poets is Section II Taking each three-number code $m.n.p$ to mean another of your favourite poets is Section III Another of your favourite poets is Thanks @Deusovi for help with this! Section IV Thanks to @OmegaKrypton for all but the suffix here. My ...


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Section IV My prefix is shiny and precious. My infix is archaically long ago. My suffix contains German beer. I heard of something ending once, So I wrote about it, of course!


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I like steganography: Some additional info: And:


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Partial solution (puzzles 1-5) First puzzle: Second puzzle: Third puzzle: Fourth puzzle: Fifth puzzle: Sixth puzzle:


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You are a I am a staircase, covered in paint. Each step taken gives knowledge, new and quaint. I used to be more of a ramp type shape, But progress was slow, like rewinding a tape. My new inside is famously difficult to place, At least if you look only at my face. I contain the world and all of its gain, And delineate most of its struggle and pain. ...


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Well, at least part of the pattern is But


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Partial One word that can be extracted is The piece can be interpreted as The piece, with the mechanism applied to it: The only thing I don’t get is


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I think this story is about Step 1 Step 2


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Deciphering with the isle-eyed Itzmey-Dupp cipher, we get Which makes sense, since according to the description


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