Recent User Blogs

A list of recent blog articles written by our users.

His skills are unmatched.... or are they?

Struggling with my own quiz.

These is no summary.

An arrangement of 6 things together

I'll be reviewing the basics of Georgia. Everything from the population density, to Georgia's date of statehood.

Well, for starters, dinosaurs were a diverse group of "reptiles" that appeared on our planet in the Triassic Period, then mysteriously were wiped out in the Cretaceous. The birds on our planet today are avian dinosaurs, being related to these beasts.

I made a brand new game show! I’ve been wanting to do this for a while, but never really knew how... thank you SirPhilippines for the inspiration.

Nature is beautiful, and Brazilian one isn't exception. Today, we'll continue the series, showing pictures, and information about the 73 Brazilian National Parks. Of course, I won't show all of them just in this article, but we already can see the beauty that nature can offer. This is part 2...

I am going to share meanings of some countries in this blog

I'm delighted to try out the fancy new blogging features to write this post about logical fallacies.

In arguments and reasoning, many people make illogical assumptions and reach illogical conclusions, usually through something called a 'Logical Fallacy'. This can lead to both frustration and hilarity. Read here to learn more.

I tried to make it more descriptive. Hope this is good.

Note: Text in italics means Amy is thinking.

This is a blog about the history of Jetpunk Homepage through images!!

I bet you will enjoy this! So cool!

There are three puzzles, each with eight clues! Can you connect the clues?

worst to best, in my opinion

Thanks to everyone that enjoys and takes my quizzes! To "celebrate," I've created a 100th quiz.

One of the most powerful, and most complicated, parts of the Blog Editor is the new "Split View" component that allows to split the view vertically or horizontally. This aims to help explain how to use this component, and the potential it has to make better blogs. This was added as part of The Blog Update.

Another Puzzle blog! Although this might be my most recent blog for a while (see inside)

Amy Blyde is a 13-year-old girl who has black hair that is always in a ponytail. She wears glasses. Something unexpected is about to arrive.

Yesterday, I released my first quiz with a SVG map (without copying). This is a mark in my life as a JetPunker. I’m getting, ideas, ideas, ideas, and more ideas.

I’m very excited with it, but here comes the questions: And the blogs? Will you continue blogging? What ideas do you have for SVGS? What are you using/want to use for make the SVGS? How do you did the quiz of the Brazilian National Parks, the first with your own SVG?

I’ll try to answer these questions in this blog.

The Portuguese Empire was one of the largest and leading empires in the world during the Discovery of the New World. However, as time passed by, they gradually lost power and influence in South America and India, later granting independence to its prized colony, Brazil... But what if this great Empire reunited today? Enjoy! :)

A announcement about a new contest.

A silly idea I decided to do. Don't forget to register for the Grandese army and drink Grandacola!

Ever since the blog section has been updated, there has been an explosion in the quality, quantity, and energy of blogs!

So, I clicked the Blog button...

This is the last AJS I'm going to be making. Also, there is a new prize for solving Easy(mainly because the same people keep solving Easy)!

Shoutout to turnbacktwo for solving Easy on the last blog!

Quite possibly the most critical buzzword in sports, "momentum" is an athletic phenomenon unlike any other. However, does it really exist, or is it all in our heads?

This is the first week of the Blog Games Season 1, a game in which blogs each week are ranked in put in a leaderboard.

We all need to learn about ARMENIA! A majestic mountainous place full of history, and apparently, extremely attractive women. Tune in!

I think Crem deserves more attention. You don't know who they are? So read this interview!

A closer look at Image Components within the Blog Editor that was created as part of The Blog Update.

A story to sharpen my skills at storytelling.

Many countries have been blogged

But nobody has done Spain

I'm ranking them

This is my opinion so do not get mad in the comments section

I wanted to make one where they were in school. I like to dance.

The new SVG group. Join if you'd like!

New Jersey's been my home state for 13 years now, and I think it has tons to offer! That's why I've made this blog, so if you're interested in this state, read this blog to find out more!

Inspired by Fuse's Worcestershire - More than just the Sauce! blog.

Today I will be telling you the life story of George Washington. The first president of the United States of America. I hope you enjoy the blog today!

I'll be reviewing the basics of Pennsylvania. Everything from the population density, to Pennsylvania's date of statehood.

Hello, and welcome to the GeoStumper of this week! Rules are in the first heading.

If you haven't been to this iconic national park, here is a little journey of my trip there.

Nature is beautiful, and Brazilian one isn't exception. Today, we'll start a series showing pictures, and information about the 73 Brazilian National Parks. Of course, I won't show all of them just in this article, but we already can see the beauty that nature can offer. This is part 1...

Note: There is an important note in the final. Please, read.

A handy guide to the new Divider and Heading components that were introduced in the new Blog Editor, as part of The Blog Update.

The Ottoman Empire was one of the most dominant powers in Eastern Europe and the Middle East at its territorial height in 1683. However, over time, it gradually lost its power and land until it finally collapsed at the end of WWI in 1918. But what if it reunited today to its exact borders today? Also, thanks to RLL for giving me this idea.

To master the cities quizzes in JetPunk, it's essential to know your Chinese cities. It's evident that most JetPunk users find it difficult to remember the names of the hundred of Chinese cities, as they seem all similar and are spelt weirdly for the westerners. Here's a short guide on how to make sense of these for non-Chinese here.

This blog is a test to see if I can use photos effectively.

Links have been around since 1992, and have entertained a purpose on the internet that we often take for granted. They have served multiple functions- from visiting a site without typing in every last letter (essential for quick and effective research), to teasing one's friends with "false links". So how should you, the user of a vast intellectual dictionary called the internet, create these easy, blue shortcuts?

An in-depth look into the new Text Components within the Blog Editor that was created as part of The Blog Update. This aims to provide clarity and aid to those who wish to receive it.

The English county of Worcestershire is probably most famous for the sauce, Worcestershire Sauce. However, there is more to Worcestershire than just its sauce. Read on to learn about this fantastic county!

There are three puzzles, each with seven clues. Can you connect the clues?

When making a quiz, there is an option called Manual Mode in Step 4 of the quiz editor. Long story short, this mode allows you to heavily customize your quiz grid and move around answers. This blog will teach you how to use it.

Just some general guidelines I thought newer quiz-makers should follow