My spiffy new photoblog is now up and running: “Battlestations Operational”
simple. you’ll see one word at the top of the following page.
you have sixty seconds to write about it.
as soon as you click ‘go’ the page will load with the cursor in place.
don’t think. just write.
[From one word. so little time.]
Don’t click the “also see Poetc and OneCaption” links at the bottom, though. Unless you’re into, like, rape porn and stuff (I guess the domains expired? Or someone has a sick sense of humor…)
Unphotographable: a text account of pictures missed
A neat blog with weekly(ish) posts, each describing a brief moment in time as if it had been photographed… Great to use as prompts or something for exercises, or even just to get ideas flowing.
This is a picture I did not take of a Muslim man, pushed to the limit by an evangelizing Christian, who swaggered in front of the Muslim, mocking Islam and calling the man schoolyard names, nor is this a photograph of the punch the Muslim man landed on the Christian man’s ear, a punch thrown from behind,
WHAT IS FUZZMAIL? Fuzzmail records the act of writing… Dynamic changes, typoes, pauses and writeovers are captured and communicated.
[From About Fuzzmail]
This is meant for emails and the like, but I think it could be interesting to use for any kind of writing… really capture the process, yah?
[Political] prose consists less and less of words chosen for the sake of their meaning, and more and more of phrases tacked together like the sections of a prefabricated hen-house.
–George Orwell, Politics and the English Language
And clichefinder. Enter some text and it’ll highlight the cliche’s.
The idea is simple:
Write 100 Words a day,
Every Day, For one Month
You can write about anything you want. Anything. Some people open tiny windows into their lives; others write surrealist poetry. Some writers post finely tuned, perfectly crafted vignettes; others show up at the end of the night and spew drunken nonsense onto the screen.
[From About 100 Words]
Can you do it? Can I do it? Let’s find out?
Sounds like a neat way to get into a true writing practice…