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Word of the Every So Often

December 14, 2018 

albedo:  (noun)  the light reflected off a surface, usually that of a planet or moon, measured on a scale of zero to one, zero being completely non-reflective (such as black), and one being completely reflective (such as a mirror).  Sir, we're going to have to ask you to put on your hat.  The albedo off of your head is disturbing the other fans.


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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Old French Proverb:

The fate of all glass is to be broken. 

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Tuesday, August 2, 2016


Nothing wrong with Seven Birnbaum's art work.  He really does make interesting clocks.  It's his grammar.  "Media" is already plural.  "Medium" is singular.  You can mix media, you can work in a particular medium, but you cannot "mix medias."  It's a bit like saying you saw two deers. 

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