Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Artwiculate Words of October


Take your pick: October 31, 2012 - prolific   October 30, 2012 - celibate   October 29, 2012 - terse   October 28, 2012 - inspissate   October 27, 2012 - Nonchalant   October 26, 2012 - celebrity   October 25, 2012 - xenolinguistics   October 24, 2012 - rectilinear   October 23, 2012 - quaquaversal   October 22, 2012 - atrophy   October 21, 2012 - homunculus   October 20, 2012 - puggle   October 19, 2012 - Twitterpated   October 18, 2012 - oogonia   October 17, 2012 - Proboscis   October 16, 2012 - gambrinous   October 15, 2012 - desideratum   October 14, 2012 - dissociation   October 13, 2012 - alabaster   October 12, 2012 - babushka   October 11, 2012 - emporium   October 10, 2012 - buckaroo   October 9, 2012 - heath   October 8, 2012 - Tapir   October 7, 2012 - irk   October 6, 2012 - Slugabed   October 5, 2012 - resplendent   October 4, 2012 - malfeasance   October 3, 2012 - quantum   October 2, 2012 - cicatrices   October 1, 2012 - Smarmy  

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Word game... I see the Word, but where's the Game?


For those of you who play with Artwiculate's Word of the Day,
but are unaware that it once was a truly competitive Twitter game, here are
A few words on Artwiculate

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Nice round number


Scrolled down to feed Ludovic, and look:

Even if Wanda has been in in hiding and the voting at Artwiculate has been taken down, the Salon
parties are sweet memories and Bartwender's cat Tom has been awfully quiet lately, the last Salon 
podcast was Amy's in October 2010 and all this page does is put up a new image everyday using
Artwiculate's Word of the Day as a muse and probably some haphazard internet lurkers find this page
because the keywords they google take them to the Pissing Party we had back in April 2010.

Even with and without all that, greetings to all of you, and who knows what the future brings? More future?

“Words -- so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary,
how potent for good and evil they become
in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.”

                                                                                                   (Nathaniel Hawthorne)
 
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