Lose yourself in our planet’s beauty with the winners of Wiki Loves Earth

Satchari National Park, Photo by Abdul Momin, CC BY-SA 4.0.   I am a long time financial supporter of Wikipedia.com, and recently, as a thank you, I was sent a sneak preview of their photo competition.  The winners are every bit as good as some of the stunning National Geographic photography, and worthy

2019-01-18T13:34:10-07:00Thursday, January 24, 2019|Categories: Fun Stuff, Interesting Settings|Tags: , , |

Today is–Get This–International Wikipedia Day

I don't know about you, but I use Wikipedia all the freaking time.  It's great for quick fact checks, it never out-dates* like a printed encyclopedia would, and it always scratches my rather large and eclectic curiousity. So when I tripped over the fact that it was International Wikipedia Day today, I just had to give the

2017-01-12T14:03:57-07:00Sunday, January 15, 2017|Categories: Reading, Science Fiction, Writing|Tags: , |

Friday’s Mash – September 21, 2012

Goodies I've found from chatting, cruising and working lately: Interesting Sites How Can I Get This Horrible Song Out of My Head? Know how you get a song stuck in your head, or just a fragment of one.  Even if you don't know the words, or you've got a phrase stuck in your head, and

Just An Old Fashioned Geek

Today I'm taking part in An Alternative Read's Author Blog Hop, as part of my Blood Knot tour. The question all the authors participating in the hop are answer is:  What software and applications help you write your masterpieces?  What do you wish you could afford?  What do you regret buying?  And what ebook reader

It’s Just A Job – High Elves

This is a continuation of the It's just a Job series, that has survived the loss of the blog, transition to the newsletter, newsletter/blog hybrid and back to this blog again. Some of the series can be found on my articles pages, including the most recent installment, Dark Elves, and those such as the Demon Hunter

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