Wordle Grabbed Us…& It’s Letting Go Soon

It’s going the way of Some Good News.

Josh Wardle, a Brooklyn-based software engineer, created Wordle as a fun game for his partner in October 2021 before releasing it to the public.

According to News National, there were only 90 players by November 1, 2021. 60 days later, that number had risen to 300,000. By the end of January 2022, millions…

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Entrepreneur, writer, editor, book coach, cat lover, weirdo, optimist. Author of “Write. Get Paid. Repeat.” & “Concept to Conclusion.” jyssicaschwartz.com

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Entrepreneur, writer, editor, book coach, cat lover, weirdo, optimist. Author of “Write. Get Paid. Repeat.” & “Concept to Conclusion.” jyssicaschwartz.com

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