New Word: Inundata

February 12, 2013

Inundata (v. “I inundata”, “you inundata”, “She inundata’d”). 1.  To present and overwhelm with information that fails to address any hypothesis. 

Of course, Darwin was well aware of the phenomenon. 

QOTD: Martin Vasky on Time

February 12, 2013

 I see time as sailors see wind, or photographers see light, as something to use, manage, and shape, not as something to be a victim of, or to see go by.