jesse_the_k: uppercase Times Roman "S" with nick in upper corner, text below reads "I shot the serif." (shot the serif)
Font Squirrel is a great place to go when you're looking for a new font for a project, website, or reading application.

Like many font sites, you can browse by style like "serif" or helpful tags like "corporate" or by language like "Hebrew."

But you don't even have to search for "FREE" because all the fonts on the site are ready to download, most of them with webfonts as well as desktop, application, and ereader licenses. Many are as lovely as the ones I pay hundreds for at commercial foundries.

They also have an "almost free" section listing bargain fonts.

https://www.fontsquirrel.com
jesse_the_k: Photo of female feet in piano keyboard socks in black patent leather flats (shoes are key)
I'm a shoe person. Up North I discovered why sensible people have been wandering around in thick socks and sandals for the last few decades.

It's wicked comfortable. Happy toes, feet that breathe, and yet cozy. I always wear compression hose: a lively pair of thin wool socks on top makes for heaven.

Do you wear socks & sandals? To what temperature? Even in the rain?
jesse_the_k: mirror reflection of 1/3 of my head, creating a central third eye, a heart shaped face, and a super-pucker mouth (Default)
My darling Bella, age somewhere around 4, loves to play with other dogs. She sets a good example, meeting dogs where they are.

In this video, a neighbor brings over Pyper, age maybe 6 months. She's a skinny shiny black pup, maybe some Labrador in her. She sees Bella and runs up to pounce on her: Bella rolls on her back and permits Pyper to thwap her paws on every portion of Bella's body. The two wrestle, with Bella mainly on her back, and Pyper jumping and spinning.

The password is "play" cell phone video, no sound )
jesse_the_k: mirror reflection of 1/3 of my head, creating a central third eye, a heart shaped face, and a super-pucker mouth (Default)
...or, you don't have to Tumbl for the pretty.

Heads: Surrealist portrait sculptures made from found objects, memories and a fascination with medical imagery.
Artwork by EDWIGE MASSART & XAVIER WYNN

clix for pix )
Image description: Plaster cross section of human head: brain is a rainbow of dyed seeds; eyebrow is a string of spangles; eye is a compass; teeth are pills; tongue is plumb-bob; other (unknown) anatomy includes comb, jointed doll arm; hand-held postal scale; lead miner miniature; plastic seahorse; printed circuit board and seaglass.

Much more at
http://emnxw.com/heads


The Recipe by [personal profile] siderea
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There's a recipe. It's a recipe for maximally useful-for-engendering-virtual-community-LJ/DW-style. I'm not sure I have it exactly down yet -- this is the alpha version -- but I'm pretty sure that, contrary to a lot of LJ/DW users think, it goes something like this:

Recommended Minimum Weekly Posts by Type:
0.5 diary entry
3 pointers
0.5 bleg
0.25 op ed
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Please read the whole thing: it's encouraged me to post again!
https://siderea.dreamwidth.org/870941.html

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