LIFE photo archive hosted by Google : Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for th...
My goal is to include scripts from indigenous and minority cultures who are in danger of losing their sense of history, identity and purpose and who are trying to protect, preserve and/or revive their writing system as a way of reconnecting to their past, their dignity, their sense of a way ahead.
A traditional script is a visual reminder of a people’s identity — as we can tell by the number of cultures that continue to use their script as an emblem (on printed invitations, on shop fronts, even on the national flag) long after most people have stopped using it for everyday purposes.
Crytch is a web tool for creating and encrypting visual messages.
It transfers the idea of Visual Cryptography to letters and shapes consisting of multiple anchor points and connecting lines. As soon as one begins to enter a password, these points start moving on a variable matrix. That way, the password will never be stored on the server.
The correctly decrypted image is the only possible verification of a valid password. Thus, the exact point at which the original image is revealed can solely be determined by a human observer.
All text messages are displayed in a typeface specifically designed for Crytch. In order to make it impossible to deduce the encrypted letter just by counting its anchor points, all glyphs consist of the exact same amount.
The Story Starter provides 298 million ideas for writers of novels, short stories, mysteries, horror, science fiction or silly stories. If you have never written a story, The Story Starter will give you ideas that will help you get started.
Have you been searching for just the right cliche to use? Are you searching for a cliche using the word "cat" or "day" but haven't been able to come up with one? Just enter any words in the form below, and this search engine will return any cliche
It is not about cliches, no matter what the link says that brought you here. Tropes are devices and conventions that a writer can reasonably rely on as being present in the audience members' minds and expectations.