Friday, October 21, 2011
I can’t (I won’t) start a day at the keyboard without fresh-dripped coffee.
I think I’ll skip going online to see news, but I anticipate wanting to link here to some earlier things as I write today (linking as shorthand coverage-by-citation of a theme more salient to me than I’m taking time today to express), so I now connect to the Internet (which is not really yet to “go online”), but why not check mail; why not see the daily word from Merriam-Webster’s “Word of the Day”?...
October 21: “sublimate SUB-luh-mayt.” I’ll keep that one for the archive because it’s so longly important to me.
My archive of recent years’ retained M-W emails numbers 1300+ presently, all words that are evocatively unusual to me and that I want to appropriate; or words well known to me that I shouldn’t have forgotten. I imagine going through the archive one day, free associating each with some project theme or plot point in my trekking.
‘Sublimate’ makes a good example.
-- gary e. davis --- 2:09 PM