|The Third Glyph
(6/11/01) Although the answer to this glyph had been proposed, nobody bothered to give the solution a second thought. Finally Steve Jung reminded us of the simple answer that we had been skipping over. If you go East-South-East you come to 3 (the number between 6 and 0). C is the 3rd letter of the alphabet. This should teach us all not to dig in too deep with these glyphs. The odds of a complex math problem is not likely.
(6/6/01) Nicolas writes "ESE is the airport code (like LAX for la) for El Cipresese, an airport in Ensenada, MEXICO. " Central America is popular in this contest!
(5/30/01) The sum of this glyph's numbers add up to 179.
(5/30/01) ESE normally stands for "East South East" in many cross word puzzles.
(5/30/01) Could ESE stand for "22"? The Tiny Toad says "if you first go east to the circle right of this one, and then look at the number in the southeast corner (I know circles don't have corners, but you get the point) you find...22!". Could each glyph be directing you to a set of numbers that form an IP address?