[[Acting]] [[Upon]]; [[Imposing]] [[Of]] [[Will]].
[[Arbitrary]] [[Signals]] [[Representing]] [[Inner]] [[Worlds]].
[[By]] [[Way]] [[Of]]; [[Rule]] [[Set]].
[[Keeping]] [[Within]] [[Close]] [[Bounds]]; [[Confined]].
*official duties.\n*official permission.\n*an official representative.\n*an official banquet.\n*holds an office.\n*umpire.
*a good site for the school.\n*a historic site.\n*a website.\n
*current events.\n*current negotiations.\n*current bills and coins.\n*current fashions.\n*flowing.\n*a current of spoken words.\n*rowed out into the river's swift current.\n*a general tendency.\n*a flow of electric charge.\n
*a center of population.\n*the inhabitants, considered as a group.\n*ancient Greek city-state.\n*the playing field was mud city after the big rain.\n*going into the city.
Fodder for [[Tiddler]] creation.
A syrup waffle cookie dissolved in his mouth as he reached for the mouse. The cat beat him to it.
His memories -fuel from the past- pushed him through the last few miles
There was too much light; he couldn't see his shadow. How could he measure up with glare pouring in from all sides?
A [[hole|http://www.tiddlywiki.com/]] to hold wholes.
Is there an [[Answer]]?
*an expression of desire used to request the presentation of information, in the form of an [[Answer]].\n*to propose a critical examination.
! [[Lists]]\nnth word from nth returned site description for [[this query|http://google.com/search?q=the]]. n = 1 to 5. Passed to AnswersCom.
Acquire knowledge or skill through study, teaching, and [[Experience]].
*an exploration of perspective and wonder.\n*the eye of the beholder.\n*[[Learn]] [[To]] [[Question]]. [[Question]] [[To]] [[Learn]].\n\nhttp://stungeye.com
All [[Bloggers|http://stungeye.com]] are liars.\n\nSelfReferencialPhoto\n\n[[Similar]]: [[Autopoiesis|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autopoiesis]]\n|!The canonical example of an autopoietic system [...] is the biological cell. The eukaryotic cell, for example, is made of various biochemical components such as nucleic acids and proteins, and is organized into bounded structures such as the cell nucleus, various organelles, a cell membrane and cytoskeleton.|\n|!These structures, based on an external flow of molecules and energy, produce the components which, in turn, continue to maintain the organized bounded structure that gives rise to these components.|
*experience through pattern, language, and connections.\n*prose, poetry, and purpose as MicroContent.\n*a StungEye endeavour.
![[Con5traint]]\nAn attempt to match [[definitions|http://answers.com/definitions]] with the parent sentence.\n![[Lists]]\nEmotionally driven selections from GoogleCom [[queries|http://answers.com/queries]].
[[Build]] SelfReferencial [[Structures]] [[Through]] [[Recursion]].\n\n[[Constraint]] [[Of]] [[Language]] [[Through]] Recursion.\n\n[[Tools]]: AnswersCom
* A\n* B\n* C\n* D\n* E\n* F\n* G\n* H\n* I\n* J\n* K\n* L\n* M\n* N\n* O\n* P\n* Q\n* R\n* S\n* T\n* U\n* V\n* W\n* X\n* Y\n* Z\n
An emphasized word, phrase, image or other element that, when selected, leads to another MicroContent pod.
!''OPERATIONS'' - 100 words\ncome, get, give, go, keep, let, make, put, seem, take, be, do, have, say, see, send, may, will\nabout, across, after, against, among, at, before, between, by, down, from, in, off, on, over, through, to, under, up, with, \nas, for, of, till, than\na, the, all, any, every, no, other, some, such, that, this, I, he, you, who\nand, because, but, or, if, though, while, how, when, where, why\nagain, ever, far, forward, here, near, now, out, still, then, there, together, well\nalmost, enough, even, little, much, not, only, quite, so, very\ntomorrow, yesterday\nnorth, south, east, west\nplease, yes\n\n!''THINGS'' - 400 General words\naccount, act, addition, adjustment, advertisement, agreement, air, amount, amusement, animal, answer, apparatus, approval, argument, art, attack, attempt, attention, attraction, authority, back, balance, base, behaviour, belief, birth, bit, bite, blood, blow, body, brass, bread, breath, brother, building, burn, burst, business, butter, canvas, care, cause, chalk, chance, change, cloth, coal, colour, comfort, committee, company, comparison, competition, condition, connection, control, cook, copper, copy, cork, cotton, cough, country, cover, crack, credit, crime, crush, cry, current, curve, damage, danger, daughter, day, death, debt, decision, degree, design, desire, destruction, detail, development, digestion, direction, discovery, discussion, disease, disgust, distance, distribution, division, doubt, drink, driving, dust, earth, edge, education, effect, end, error, event, example, exchange, existence, expansion, experience, expert, fact, fall, family, father, fear, feeling, fiction, field, fight, fire, flame, flight, flower, fold, food, force, form, friend, front, fruit, glass, gold, government, grain, grass, grip, group, growth, guide, harbour, harmony, hate, hearing, heat, help, history, hole, hope, hour, humour, ice, idea, impulse, increase, industry, ink, insect, instrument, insurance, interest, invention, iron, jelly, join, journey, judge, jump, kick, kiss, knowledge, land, language, laugh, law, lead, learning, leather, letter, level, lift, light, limit, linen, liquid, list, look, loss, love, machine, man, manager, mark, market, mass, meal, measure, meat, meeting, memory, metal, middle, milk, mind, mine, minute, mist, money, month, morning, mother, motion, mountain, move, music, name, nation, need, news, night, noise, note, number, observation, offer, oil, operation, opinion, order, organization/organisation, ornament, owner, page, pain, paint, paper, part, paste, payment, peace, person, place, plant, play, pleasure, point, poison, polish, porter, position, powder, power, price, print, process, produce, profit, property, prose, protest, pull, punishment, purpose, push, quality, question, rain, range, rate, ray, reaction, reading, reason, record, regret, relation, religion, representative, request, respect, rest, reward, rhythm, rice, river, road, roll, room, rub, rule, run, salt, sand, scale, science, sea, seat, secretary, selection, self, sense, servant, sex, shade, shake, shame, shock, side, sign, silk, silver, sister, size, sky, sleep, slip, slope, smash, smell, smile, smoke, sneeze, snow, soap, society, son, song, sort, sound, soup, space, stage, start, statement, steam, steel, step, stitch, stone, stop, story, stretch, structure, substance, sugar, suggestion, summer, support, surprise, swim, system, talk, taste, tax, teaching, tendency, test, theory, thing, thought, thunder, time, tin, top, touch, trade, transport, trick, trouble, turn, twist, unit, use, value, verse, vessel, view, voice, walk, war, wash, waste, water, wave, wax, way, weather, week, weight, wind, wine, winter, woman, wood, wool, word, work, wound, writing, year\n\n!''THINGS'' - 200 Picturable words\nangle, ant, apple, arch, arm, army, baby, bag, ball, band, basin, basket, bath, bed, bee, bell, berry, bird, blade, board, boat, bone, book, boot, bottle, box, boy, brain, brake, branch, brick, bridge, brush, bucket,\n\n\n\n bulb, button, cake, camera, card, cart, carriage, cat, chain, cheese, chest, chin, church, circle, clock, cloud, coat, collar, comb, cord, cow, cup, curtain, cushion, dog, door, drain, drawer, dress, drop, ear, egg, engine, eye, face, farm, feather, finger, fish, flag, floor, fly, foot, fork, fowl, frame, garden, girl, glove, goat, gun, hair, hammer, hand, hat, head, heart, hook, horn, horse, hospital, house, island, jewel, kettle, key, knee, knife, knot, leaf, leg, library, line, lip, lock, map, match, monkey, moon, mouth, muscle, nail, neck, needle, nerve, net, nose, nut, office, orange, oven, parcel, pen, pencil, picture, pig, pin, pipe, plane, plate, plough/plow, pocket, pot, potato, prison, pump, rail, rat, receipt, ring, rod, roof, root, sail, school, scissors, screw, seed, sheep, shelf, ship, shirt, shoe, skin, skirt, snake, sock, spade, sponge, spoon, spring, square, stamp, star, station, stem, stick, stocking, stomach, store, street, sun, table, tail, thread, throat, thumb, ticket, toe, tongue, tooth, town, train, tray, tree, trousers, umbrella, wall, watch, wheel, whip, whistle, window, wing, wire, worm.\n\n!''QUALITIES'' - 100 General\nable, acid, angry, automatic, beautiful, black, boiling, bright, broken, brown, cheap, chemical, chief, clean, clear, common, complex, conscious, cut, deep, dependent, early, elastic, electric, equal, fat, fertile, first, fixed, flat, free, frequent, full, general, good, great, grey/gray, hanging, happy, hard, healthy, high, hollow, important, kind, like, living, long, male, married, material, medical, military, natural, necessary, new, normal, open, parallel, past, physical, political, poor, possible, present, private, probable, quick, quiet, ready, red, regular, responsible, right, round, same, second, separate, serious, sharp, smooth, sticky, stiff, straight, strong, sudden, sweet, tall, thick, tight, tired, true, violent, waiting, warm, wet, wide, wise, yellow, young.\n\n!''QUALITIES'' - 50 Opposites\nawake, bad, bent, bitter, blue, certain, cold, complete, cruel, dark, dead, dear, delicate, different, dirty, dry, false, feeble, female, foolish, future, green, ill, last, late, left, loose, loud, low, mixed, narrow, old, opposite, public, rough, sad, safe, secret, short, shut, simple, slow, small, soft, solid, special, strange, thin, white, wrong.\n\n!''Wish: ''BasicEnglishEditor\nA split screen wiki; a BasicEnglish WordList on one side, a TextArea on the other.\nAs you type in the TextArea the probable BasicEnglish word is background-highlighted in the WordList.\nIf you use a NonBasicEnglish word it will be highlighted in the TextArea. It will also be displayed below the WordList with a usage count.\nE-Prime "to be" highlighting a plus.
Finished some stitches,\n\ntraded outfits,\n lost sandwiches,\npicked between grass for fireflies,\n rented an occupation, \nunsitched, please, please, \n you've been there too,\n\nkinapped by a look,\n bound by a sight,\npassion, thanks are owed,\n each other changed,\n\nall the better.
I knocked over the [[Dracaena|http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?node=Dracaena%20Marginata]] after Beetle's party. I should never have moved it near the bathroom. I shaped the released mud into a pillow, and slept on the floor. Earlier, on prowl in the kitchen, I prepared a night-feast.\n\nMy smokes were missing this morning. I found them along with a marker, in the cupboard where I keep the cereal. I laughed and dropped the smokes when I read the message scrawled across the box of Muesli.\n\n//"Is earth pulling us in, or is the universe pushing?"//\n\nA dab of green caught my eye while upside-down, picking up the pack and the few escapee cigarettes. The Dracaena lay near my coat and shoes, at the end of the hall.\n\nI left the apartment; shoes, coat, time for a smoke.
''1 -'' //I //wonder// what life was like before language?//\n\n''0 -'' //Pre-fire?//\n\n''1 -'' //Ya.//\n\n''0 -'' //Prolly lots of running and hiding.//\n\n''1 -'' //Post?//\n\n''0 -'' //Prolly lots of fighting and fucking.//\n\n''1 -'' //Ya,// [[Prolly]].
We both //had// the LastWord; I imagine he liked it that way, I did.\n\nThe night we shared the LastWord, we shared our last touch; three months, two years, fourteen days from first sight. \n\nThree months, two years, fourteen days, and this wasn't the first fight.\n\nThree months, two years, fourteen days, and this wasn't the first flight.\n\nOnly now I saw, reflecting on the start, our mistakes, focused by the end.\n\nEvery day is new, but change grew too common to process; change blends; Change bends; (mends?)\n\nA change of shoes; renewed comfort, to fade and mellow with the rise and fall of foot. \n\nHe left //Nothing// behind, a presence through emptiness.\n\nI feel him NotBeside me.\n\n\nSince he left (I left?) paragraphs won't come together; sentences won't stick; the semicolon, my only tools which binds.
He sits on the red carpet beside the cat-torn sofa after posting an auction written for Her. Records line the walls. It would take him the night to pack the lot; he would pluck a memory from each and every cover.\n\nHe spun only four: laughed, cried, cried, then laug//cried//hed. The last, his happiest cry to date.\n>"I NEED THE MONEY SO I CAN TAKE HER ON THE MOST WONDERFUL JOURNEY OF HER LIFE AND PROVE TO HER MY LOVE I HAVE ONLY ONE THING LEFT TO GIVE AND THAT IS MY RECORD COLLECTION."\nCurrent bid: £7,500.00\n\nHe hid 9 albums.\n\n[[Tools]]: [[Ebay|http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=43704&item=4723642372&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW#ebayphotohosting]]\n
''With my own two hands.'' This is how I wanted to build my life. I rejected help. I reject kindness. I rejected friendship, sympathy, conversation, company, warmth, guidance, love. I rejected these things, not for pride, but for a promise. //It wasn't even my promise.// It belonged to a middle-aged man, from a television sitcom. He, the fictional father of troublesome teen twins, made the promise during sweeps weeks in 1988. This happened halfway through an extended one hour episode, which dealt with teen pregnancy. (This was before the Seinfield era, before sitcom script writers realized that each episode didn't necessarily require a theme, and an associated moral lesson.)\n\nThe promise was made with such certainty, such conviction, that I was powerless to the assimilation. My fictional father had made a decision. I was eight years old, and this was my first contact with a meaningfully exercise of free will.\n\nMy mother couldn't make decisions. She had even told me so. As far as I knew, my father had only made one: the decision to leave. My teachers had long ago replaced decision with ritual. My friends weren't much better; even at eight, apathy garnered respect. //The coolest kids didn't care about anything.//
''As though it were not plainly obvious''. As though the consequences of these experiments remained a mystery. The erosion of spirit, calculated, sought, even celebrated. The tracks left on ego and soul were, in fact, the goal, not a side-effect. Insidiously, the highs were timed and coordinated as precisely as the lows; for how can one truly feel, but in contrast. A system in place to break, to ply, to build, to secure. Playing mother with one hand, devil with the other. Those once named victim, in turn taking charge. And so it goes. The collective never tires, never softens, never fills. Yet here I sit, dumb and mute, but to myself. For I, as much as any other, ushers them through the doors, those jaws of strife. ''Boys, no longer boys, exit.''\n\n//The bold sentences were plagiarized. Stolen fodder for this exercise in prose.//
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Never mind that, never you mind. I'll mind the mine-field, never you mine.\n\nparent: [[Case]]
I.\n\nWilliam Comida saw patterns. He saw them in the swirls of stuccoed ceilings, in the weathered bark of trees, in the flow of human traffic through the underground, in the movement of raindrops across glass, everywhere, and within every thing. He saw what others did not, boiling down the complex, to elegant, deceptively simple axioms. And it was due to this talent that he lost his faith in randomness.\n\n''continued:'' http://stungeye.com/structured/2005/01/all-out-of-order.html
Constraint of language through [[Recursion]].
*[[Official]]\n*[[Farcical]]\n*[[Site]]\n*[[Cities]]\n*[[Current]]\n\n[[Tools]]: [[GoogleCom]] + [[AnswersCom]]
>A latin word for “thus,” used to indicate that an //a parent// error is part of quoted material and not an editorial mistake. ([[Sic]])\nDutch -> //zo staat er woordelijk//.
*Blank, until completed; falling in to [[Rank]], undefeated. \n\n*Flag, distant greeter; experience, the TimeLagMeter.
![[Race]]\nA syrup waffle cookie dissolved in his mouth as he reached for the mouse. The cat beat him to it. \n![[Pace]]\nHis memories -fuel from the past- pushed him through the last few miles.\n![[Face]]\nThere was too much light; he couldn't see his shadow. How could he measure up with glare pouring in from all sides?\n![[Lace]]\nNever mind that, never you mind. I'll mind the mine-field, never you mine.
Framents of thought, woven through the WikiWhole.
Any word beginning with a CapitalLetter, and containing a second capital, will become a WikiWord.
A HyperLink to a MicroContent pod; a [[Tiddler]].\n\nBold [[WikiWord]]s point to [[Tiddler]]s with content.\n\nItalicized [[WikiWord]]s point to PlaceHolders.\n\nUnderlined links are pointers to external websites or external [[Tiddler]]s.
>MicroContent being a fashionable word for self-contained fragments of content that are typically smaller than entire pages. Often MicroContent is presented via some kind of aggregation that reduces the perceptual shock and resource cost of context switching (eg Blogs aggregating several entries onto a page or Flickr presenting photos in an album). This TiddlyWiki aggregates MicroContent items that I call 'tiddlers' into pages that are loaded in one gulp and progressively displayed as the user clicks hypertext links to read them.\n[[Tools]]: [[TiddlyWikiHome|http://www.tiddlywiki.com/#MicroContent]]