Another Approach For A Book Cover

Another Approach For A Book Cover

I woke up yesterday and looked at the proof of my first take on a cover for the book on which I’ve been working for a while, PIXELS AT AN EXHIBITION, and thought, “You know, there might be a better way to go with that.” Soooo … I don’t...
{word of the day} breathless

{word of the day} breathless

breath·​less |  \ ˈbreth-ləs   \ Definition of breathless 1a: not breathingb: DEAD2a: panting or gasping for breathb: gripped with emotionbreathless in anticipationc: INTENSE, GRIPPINGbreathless eagernessbreathless prosed: very...
{word of the day} regnant

{word of the day} regnant

Andrew Lucchesi ~ Ion November 27, 2015 reg·​nant |  \ ˈreg-nənt   \ Definition of regnant 1: exercising rule : REIGNING2a: having the chief power : DOMINANTb: of common or widespread...
{word of the day} Gasconade

{word of the day} Gasconade

noun gas-kuh-NAYD What It Means Gasconade is confident talk or behavior that is intended to impress other people. // After all his gasconade, the contestant couldn’t manage to complete the obstacle race. See the entry > Examples “His...
PIXELS Seems To Be Working Properly

PIXELS Seems To Be Working Properly

If you are a contributor to the site please start uploading images again. If you want to be a contributor to the site, please feel free to upload images. If you need help, please write me. While I am optimistic that we are out of the woods, I’m awaiting...
Word of the day: zeug·ma

Word of the day: zeug·ma

/ˈzo͞oɡmə/ A figure of speech in which a word applies to two others in different senses (e.g., John and his license expired last week or she left in a huff and a Cadillac.) or to two others of which it semantically suits only one (e.g., with weeping eyes and...
The Spiralist by Dr. Kevin Dann

The Spiralist by Dr. Kevin Dann

Plate XIX from the first volume of Pettigrew’s Design in Nature (1908), illustrating the resemblance between spiral shell formations and bony portions of the inner ear — Source. Why do helical seashells resemble spiralling galaxies and the human heart?...
Today’s word: eschaton

Today’s word: eschaton

es·cha·ton /ˈeskəˌtän/ the final event in the divine plan; the end of the world. “the gift of eternal life at the eschaton” One of my earliest iPhone pictures. I think from before I had any apps. I had this idea to post a word and it’s definition a...
{podcast} Keep The Channel Open

{podcast} Keep The Channel Open

“The greatest thing she ever said to me was in 1943 after the opening of Oklahoma!, when I suddenly had unexpected, flamboyant success for a work I thought was only fairly good, after years of neglect for work I thought was fine. I was bewildered and worried that my...