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November 2008

The W-ORD is out!

The Swedish word for “word” is “ord”. The Swedish language doesn’t have an exact equivalent for the expression “word”, (to concur, to agree). At least not yet. There is a chance that “word” could be adopted as a readymade, but for some reason it’s doubtful it will be translated into Swedish. To use “ord” in […]

The subject: Generating a topic

The description of this blog is appropriating the subtitle of THE HOLT GUIDE TO ENGLISH (a Contemporary Handbook of Rhetoric, Language and Literature) and this first post’s title is a direct quote, as are the following selections: “The mind is constantly recording, responding, remembering, reflecting. Thinking is a free-ranging process, not bound by time or […]