One of the greatest things about living in South Florida is the natural beauty of our beaches and the wildlife that inhabit them. This timelapse video by Cameron Michael captures two of our best beaches, Fort Myers Beach and Sanabel Island.
I’m glad to call this place home.
Disneyland’s original prospectus: Boing Boing has an in-depth look at the original plans behind the development of Disneyland.
Michael Reid Roberts has a piece in The American Reader about the grammer employed by Upworthy and other websites to attract clicks:
The key element in these titles is the relationship between the first sentence and the second. The first is relatively traditional, while the second sentence is short, annoyingly informal, and conspiratorial. We might call these couplets epodal because of the relative line lengths, but I think the effect is more similar to catalexis in that the second line’s brevity emphasizes something unfinished or incomplete. The second sentence is intentionally vague: click here to finish the thought, answer the question, solve the riddle! And, like most unfinished stories, the conclusion is rarely satisfying. But as someone who rarely clicks on Upworthy links, I have come to appreciate the beauty of these teases. Read the above titles again, but without registering the hyperlink: now they read like Buddhist koans. You want to know how you might be a war mercenary, but can you know, really? Bask in the not-knowing.