For writing types, this exercise is a great simple reminder that writers write… always.
Funny both in the writing sense and the not-writing sense that 90% of the entries on permanence were “nothing is permanent.”
Also does it force you to type everything in lowercase?? Because otherwise there’s a point of demographic interest.
Christ. It’s like they condensed my TAFE college professional writing teacher down into a webpage.
I didn’t even notice that it displays in lower case. Interestingly enough, when I copied & pasted my entry elsewhere, it came out with proper capitalization as I had typed it in.
This may make me a writing geek but I really like this page.
HELLO SIR I GOT CONFUSED AND INSTEAD OF WRITING ABOUT THE WORD I TRIED HACKING INTO THE UBER-CRYPTOGRAPHY (A LA SWORDFISH) AND THEREFORE WASTED ABOUT 45 OF MY 60 SECONDS — CAN I HAVE A REDO BIG GUY
uno 20 years ago
I can’t tell if some of these entrants are writing about the word of if they’re updating their livejournals.