Simple Simon Says Looks Sharp — Hackaday

Simon was a popular toy, launching at the very end of the 1970s, and cribbed from earlier work by Atari with their game Touch Me. The gameplay is simple, and while we suspect it won’t last quite as long as the several thousand years we’ve so far had chess, it’s still around today. [DIY Machines] decided…Continue reading “Simple Simon Says Looks Sharp — Hackaday”

Great Yarmouth, UK — WHAT PEGMAN SAW

Ahoy there! This week Pegman is still over in jolly old England. After chatting with the talented Crispina over at CrimsonProse. I became intrigued with doing Great Yarmouth. Be sure to check out her blog and thank her for the intriguing location. Plenty of history as well as current events to inspire you–or feel free […]Continue reading “Great Yarmouth, UK — WHAT PEGMAN SAW”

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 13/19

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “instructions.” Write instructions for anything you know how to do. As detailed or as rambling as you’d like. Enjoy! Oh, the wonderful instructions that have been translated from English into multiple languages and then translated back again, sometimes not meaning the same…

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Get your copy now | Get Marketing Companion also | See more books by this author The best guide you’ll have in understanding & navigating book marketing in the 21st Century Available only to order as a paperback Get your copy now | Get Marketing Companion also | See more books by this author MarketingContinue reading “21st Century Marketing For Authors (paperback only) $5 #michiganwriters #motownwriters #michlit Grab your copy now! — Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network”

#Bookreview #Poetry : My Maine: Haiku through the Seasons by Bette A. Stevens — Robbie’s inspiration

What Amazon says Inspired by The Pine Tree State—Maine’s diverse landscape, natural beauty, rural communities, and independent people—the author’s 150 haiku poems, along with her photographs, reflect the Maine she knows and loves. Bette A. Stevens’s imagery draws the reader into her world of wonder and delight. My Maine takes readers on a poetic journey […]Continue reading “#Bookreview #Poetry : My Maine: Haiku through the Seasons by Bette A. Stevens — Robbie’s inspiration”

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