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Journals 1.4 – England in 1815 by Joseph Ballard (Part 4)

The following is the concluding part of my essay on Ballard’s journal.  See the earlier entries from 14th May 2015 for the first part, 18th May 2015 for the second part, and 22nd May 2015 for the third part. 1,958 more words

19th Century

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Written on 4:54AM

On Wednesday,

March 4th, 2015
I despise the fact that I’m writing at this moment, not so much the writing aspect of it, however it’s the fact that all my greatest prose projects appear in my head close to the dawn. 326 more words

Writings

Other thoughts from April

It’s spring in Edmonton. I can smell the fresh, warm air renewing my soul, inspiring those who stave off the sickness of winter’s long sleep and bravely emerge in fluorescent jackets to jog. 183 more words

Journals

Why written words will never go away......

I, Paul, write this greeting in my own hand. Remember my chains. Grace be with you.”

I, Tertius, who wrote down this letter, greet you in the Lord.”

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RESEARCH TRAIL #2

EYE 78 The International Review of Graphic Design
http://www.eyemagazine.com/feature/article/love-of-lexicons

“LOVE OF LEXICONS’ – RICK POYNER

An informative article introducing the dictionary framework for a variety of unconventional ways.  372 more words

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Sleep

“…that knits up the raveled sleave of care…”--Shakespeare

. . . The lark’s song weds

the curlew’s cry at sunrise,

abandoning the studded sadness… 33 more words

Poems

RESEARCH TRAIL #1

EYE 88 The International Review of Graphic Design – Page 8
http://www.eyemagazine.com/opinion/article/readymade-format

“READYMADE FORMAT” – RICK POYNER

This article explores the use of the lexicon format being used as a highly adaptable container for various content. 348 more words

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