June 2004 collected links
Here are the pickings from June 2004:
- I don't know whether the overarching premise under this kuro5hin piece on Japanese is actually valid, but it is an interesting way to think about a human language.
- I've picked Ulysses back off of its spot on the shelf, and in the process of finding my place again found these guides at the BBC and bway.net useful.
- Anagramming the alphabet (in the section about 26 letter English pangrams).
- I'm sure there's a scifaiku somewhere to be had from this picture of a Martian meteor
- From metafilter:
- From slashdot:
- Visual Art from random images on the Net.
- From Making Light:
- Maybe if business is very very good, I can afford to build my own house with optical fiber loaded concrete.
- For double geeks: If "The Lord of the Rings" had been written by a Sysadmin
- From Boingboing: