Abilities (Animals) A look at how animals seem to be aware of things we are not. ESP or just extra senses, the way they go to people who are upset or sick, responding to earthquakes, etc. begs the question: http://www.livescience.com/33057-do-animals-have-esp-.html … Continue reading
Sounds (Audio) A library of free sounds under the Creative Commons Zero license. http://freesound.org/browse/ Events (History) In a clever way of encouraging an interest in history, a Southern California rail museum is hosting a steampunk carnival. It’s in March for … Continue reading
Sleep (Health) Some tips on improving your sleep and why it’s important especially for writers. http://selfpublishingadvice.org/the-importance-of-sleep-for-indie-authors/ Vinegar (History) A look at the various uses for vinegar in the 17th-early 19th Centuries.
Sculpture (Art) Amazing things this company manages with wire and your inspirations. (Via Pinterest) http://www.viralnova.com/wire-fairy-sculptures/ Health (Cats) Tips for recognizing when your cat needs help based on eating habits.
I have been struggling with this Merry-Go-Round topic because I don’t really have a list of go to resources. With the exception of etymologyonline.com, where I verify shades of meaning and historical period for words, and sites I receive blog … Continue reading