Saturday, January 11, 2014

Yep, the Kougar's SMUTMAS blog is up...

Yep, this Big Cat sure could go for a sight like this around the ole homestead. ~grins~

Saturday afternoon mews, leisure-adoring Big Cat Beauties... warming up nicely on the tame prairie today... everything melty muddy... yesterday there was thick fog and a very slow rain... the Kougaress could sure go for a mild rest of the winter... and, after talking about how so many are catching flu-like stuff... well, it hit this Big Cat mostly as a flu headache, and tiredness... however, given all the supplements the Kougaress is taking, it's been manageable, and not close to all out being sick... thank the Divine.

So, take care, and get a lot of good rest, darling kittens. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

Yep, the Kougar's SMUTMAS blog is up, and looks bee-u-tiful

More progress on the read through of the Kougar's flash-scene novel, His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth. Although, fighting the flu stuff off has hindered progress.


New Year and New Agenda
by Solara

Gill looked around the council chambers.  In two hours the first meeting for the New Year would commence.  His term as mayor would come to a close late spring, early summer.  If no one registered to run, his tenure as mayor would renew for another two years.  He knew the slate of decent candidates were few and far between.  Running for a second term started making more sense the more he thought about it.


Quote of the Month - *A professional writer is an amateur who didn't quit.* *~Richard Bach* Author of "Jonathan Livingston Seagull"



A Tweet In Time: Are Time Travelers Writing Precognitive Posts On Twitter?
Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The quest to find those who have come back from the future all started over a poker game.

Astrophysicist Robert Nemiroff and his students were playing cards (for chips) last summer, chatting about Facebook. They wondered: If there were time travelers among us, would they be on social media? How would you find them? Could you Google them?

“We had a whimsical little discussion about this,” said Nemiroff, a professor at Michigan Technological University. The result was a serious-but-fun effort to tease out travelers from the future by sifting through the Internet. Unfortunately, they have uncovered no DeLorean time machines, but that hasn’t made the search less interesting.

You can’t just put out a cattle call for time travelers and expect good results. So Nemiroff’s team developed a search strategy based on what they call prescient knowledge. If they could find a mention of something or someone on the Internet before people should have known about it, that could indicate that whoever wrote it had traveled from the future.

They selected search terms relating to two recent phenomena, Pope Francis and Comet ISON, and began looking for references to them before they were known to exist. Their work was exhaustive: they used a variety of search engines, such as Google and Bing, and combed through Facebook and Twitter. In the end, it was decided that Twitter would be the time traveler's social media outlet of choice.
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Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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