A Visual Assist For All Sorts of Things.

Photo of actual snowflake by Kathryn Taylor.

There are times in writing and in regular life when you need to make a choice and can’t decide. A friend recently posted a tribute to her mother, and the mechanism presented leads me to an idea for picking pseudonyms, book titles, characters’ names, etc. If you click on the link below, which is from something called The Book of Everyone,  you can try your hand at seeing a visual representation of names/words of interest.

http://snowflake.thebookofeveryone.com/specials/make-your-snowflake/

My observation is that the shorter and simpler, the prettier. You can easily and quickly play around with this feature yourself. It’s easy and fun!

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  1. #1 by cryptictown on December 22, 2014 - 9:29 pm

    It is indeed easy and fun. Try Fliers Axe.

  2. #2 by c2london on December 22, 2014 - 9:50 pm

    How did you come up with Fliers Axe?

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