And if my point of view is somewhat misty-eyed, There’s nothing clearer in my life than what I wish and feel for you — And that’s a lot. No matter what. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Melissa Shontz (@melissashontzphotography) on Jun 28, 2020 at 5:56am PDT
In June, 2000, I was blogging about Poems inspired by anagrams (T.S. Eliot = Toilets; Emily Dickinson = Skinny Domicile) Where to go if you wanted to know what was happening In 1750 Paris The Lexicon of Intentionally Ambiguous Recommendations A patent lawsuit that claimed ownership of the concept of hyperlinks Reading posture (how do we shape our bodies when we read?)
In May, 2000, I was blogging about The “I Love You” IRC virus A college that shifted to online applications only A poem about Pez that has lodged this couplet forever in my brain: What art thou, Pez, that must needs be dispensed? T’ be merely wrapped would leave thee so incensed? Hacking the URL A school for doctors with bad handwriting P.G. Wodehouse
I was happy to play Watson. The daughter played Irene “The Woman” Adler.
In a peaceful grassy setting, a geyser of books spews into the air. Hundreds of books with steampunk-themed titles like “Modern Manners Errata for the Educated Officer” and “Advanced Elocution and Honor” tumble back to the ground, bounce, and settle. Made for no particular reason, with Blender3D.