Friday, September 18, 2009

Timeless Ten

Ten Things to Kill Some Time While I'm Off Sulking Editing

Click on the orange square, type your name or any word(s) in lower case letters, and hear how it sounds on the craymachine.

Need some epic swears, like Almighty son of a festering trogg-breeding serpent!? Get up to fifty at once over at zlana's Cuss-O-Matic generator (hosted by Manon/Serendipity.)

Play the fame game celebrity-style over at Famousr.

All we need is a little synergy, and a lot of luck: Go Farther ~ The Next (Big?) Thing by Steven Savage

All fountain pens all the time: Inkophile

29,714 artists, 174 countries, one single global collaborative online art project: The One Million Masterpiece.

Read on Earth is "a collaborative art bookmarking project where photos are stashed inside of books with the goal of seeing other readers discover them."

Possibly the best name for a kids/YA book review blog ever: Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast

One for the history buffs: The Times Machine allows you to browse any issue of the New York Times from September 18, 1851 through December 30, 1922.

Chaotic Shiny has an interesting writing exercise generator that challenges the user to with story element prompts as well as word or time counts.

Many of the above links were found while rifling through the archives over at The Presurfer.


  1. Great mother of a screaming orc-headed kangaroo! The cuss-o-matic is fun. : D

  2. Flaming son of a pestilent shrew-brained rat!

    Cuss generator. Win.

  3. Rather flattered to see my Fan To Pro article on synergy mentioned. I probably should have included more on the whole luck thing . . .

  4. I should have used the Cuss-0-Matic on one of my recent blog posts. It sure would have made it more interesting!

  5. Thanks for the mention. Lots of good links to explore. Good thing I found your list on a weekend. ;)

  6. I'm glad you like my writing exercise generator! It's kind of stunning to learn that a professional author has somehow found my website.

    A bit of an odd coincidence, too, as I just finished reading Crystal Healer this week.