This is the longest neologism thus far.
This goes to a musician who mixes the old with the new.
Well-wuh, I was thinking about giving this local legend some exposure.
From the parts of automobiles formed the Garysaurses
Meet the man who used trash to recreate heaven.
Assuming, of course, that I have enough social leverage to make dramatic decisions at Ubisoft.
Although the video was posted a month ago, it deserves a response.
In order to recognize patterns, we would need to immerse ourselves into them.
Etymology Ancient Greek: nepho-: cloud + Ancient Greek: polis: city Definition noun. A city that is located in the sky, specifically within the stratosphere. Example: The sky would be the […]
To understand Middle-Earth is to understand the writer behind it.
Since I’ve written about language revitalization, I thought it would be suitable to coin a new word.
If there is a need for a new adjective relating to MOOC’s, this is it.
An alternative word for dog-whistling
Maybe there should be another word for “world-building?”
A new word suggested for the 10,000-hour rule.
Wherever there are humans there are crime and tragedy.