hoodwink.d enhanced

Tue Sep 30

om•ma•tid•i•um
[om-uh-tid-ee-uhm]noun
One of the structural elements, resembling a single simplified eye, that make up the compound eye of insects and other arthropods.
Richard-kalvar

Richard Kalvar

Can I Change My Mind

Tyrone Davis

Mon Sep 29

Routefinder

Routefinder

Diamond Rings 2007

Deer Tick

par•a•syn•the•sis
[par-uh-sin-thuh-sis]noun
The formation of words by a combination of compounding and adding an affix, as in downhearted, formed from down plus heart plus -ed, not down plus hearted.

Fri Sep 26

The CN Tower Belongs to the Dead

Final Fantasy

Stir_fried_wikipedia

Chinese menu

qui•nel•la
[kee-nel-uh]noun
A system of betting in which the better, in order to win, must pick the first two finishers of a race, but not necessarily in the correct sequence.

Tue Sep 23

Cat beating up a printer

A rumble has commenced in my descending bowel, heralding a tremendous defecation.

Binx Bolling

Matchbook

Pocketbook memento

ob•sti•pa•tion
[ob-stuh-pey-shuhn]noun
Severe constipation caused by intestinal obstruction.

Sat Sep 20

Fifty People, One Question

Melancholia is the profane ground out of which springs the sacred.

Eric G. Wilson

om•mat•o•phore
[uh-mat-uh-fawr]noun
A movable stalk ending with an eye, as found in certain snails.

On sentimentality

David Foster Wallace

Tue Sep 16

ret•ro•nym
[re-truh-nim]noun
A word or phrase created because an existing term that was once used alone needs to be distinguished from a term referring to a new development, as acoustic guitar in contrast to electric guitar or analog watch in contrast to digital watch.
Exactitudes

Exactitudes

Mr Blue

Catherine Feeny

Enjoy the Silence – Depeche Mode

And now it goes as it goes and where it ends is Fate.

Aeschylus

Mon Sep 15

Pray For You To Die

Schooner

Hurricane-ike

Hurricane Ike

At a given time, you’re probably the only person who cares how angry you are.

Merlin Mann

par•a•prax•is
[par-uh-prak-sis]noun
A minor error, such as a slip of the tongue, thought to reveal a repressed motive.

Sun Sep 14

Timothy-mcsweeney-is-devastated-and-lost

Plans

Grizzly Bear

re•cid•i•vate
[ri-sid-uh-veyt]verb
To return to a previous pattern of behavior, especially to return to criminal habits.

Fri Sep 12

James-cooper

James Cooper

zeug•ma
[zoog-muh]noun
A construction in which a single word, especially a verb or an adjective, is applied to two or more nouns when its sense is appropriate to only one of them or to both in different ways, as in He took my advice and my wallet.

Roll On Babe

Vetiver

Cat House on the Kings

Wed Sep 10

Like You Love

John Wolfington

Malcolm-and-film-crew-in-indonesia

Malcolm & film crew in Indonesia

par•am•ne•sia
[par-am-nee-zhuh]noun
1. A distortion of memory in which fantasy and objective experience are confused.
2. An inability to recall the meanings of common words.

Wild Beasts – Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants

Tue Sep 9

Hallelujah

The Helio Sequence

Abandoned-russian-train-station

Abandoned Russian train station

de•sid•er•a•tive
[di-sid-er-uh-tiv]adjective
1. Of, relating to, or expressing desire.
2. Grammar Designating a clause, a sentence, or in some languages an inflected verb form that expresses desire.

Alan Watts on music and education

Mon Sep 8

Diagnosed-with-cancer

Diagnosed with cancer

par•en•ter•al
[pa-ren-ter-uhl]adjective
1. Physiology Located outside the alimentary canal.
2. Medicine Taken into the body or administered in a manner other than through the digestive tract, as by intravenous or intramuscular injection.

Anti-Dachshunds

Fri Sep 5

Cedric-sacilotto

Cedric Sacilotto

Brother, can you paradigm?

Grafitti seen at IBM Austin, 1989

Etch-a-Sketch made with Shoes and an Arduino

quin•cunx
[kwing-kuhngks]noun
An arrangement of five objects with one at each corner of a rectangle or square and one at the center.

Tue Sep 2

Parade

The Knife

Hey Little Twelve Toes

Tip Foil GSM speaker chatter

Many GSM phones (such as the iPhone) create an annoying noise when placed near unshielded speakers. Laying the phone on top of a piece of aluminum foil significantly cuts down on the chatter.

in•ef•fa•ble
[in-ef-uh-buhl]adjective
1. Incapable of being expressed or described in words; inexpressible: ineffable joy.
2. Not to be spoken because of its sacredness; unutterable: the ineffable name of the deity.