Friday, March 7, 2014

Itchy & Scratchy Hit Talbot's Peak


From Coast to Coast am ~

A Color for Every Pixel
Responding to an online challenge, Hungarian computer programmer Jozsef Fejes created a program which 'paints' a picture using a different color with each tiny pixel. The end result, which won the competition, was a breathtaking 4096 by 4096 pixel image that contains nearly 17 million different colors. Smaller images created by the program, like the one seen here, are equally remarkable for their beauty and design. Depending on how the program runs, the choice of which colors are used and where they are placed can be random or sequential, a process dubbed 'rainbow smoke' by Fejes. More here.


Late night mews, Spring Ahead Pussycats... wonderful mild temps on the tame prairie... and it would have been a lovely day except for the crisscrossing chemtrails that turned the sky to hazy-gray ugly... the Kougaress did a bit of early gardening that she hopes will work out... and she wishes she had a way to do a lot more.

Turmoil and turbulence ahead, darling kittens. Prepare and take care, 'cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

Okay, the Kougar uploaded a formatted version of HER MIDNIGHT STARDUST COWBOYS for print at Createspace, and there was one error, embedding the font. So, hopefully that will get resolved, then it will be dealing with the cover ... and who knows how that will go???

Also, a bit of writing progress on the 'secret project' .

The Kougar signed up for the linky blog hop MY SEXY SATURDAY at and will be posting at TITLE MAGIC ~


Itchy & Scratchy Hit Talbot's Peak
by Serena Shay

Rafe slid into the POS he picked up at the airport in Billings and held his finger under his nose until he adjusted to the stink in the seat beside him.

“Took you long enough,” Tark grumbled, scratching anywhere he could reach.  “Shit, you’re supposed to keep me out of trouble like that, man.”



The UFO Secrets: Who Really Knows?
Nick Redfern speculates on which group, if any, knows the 'truth' about UFOs. — Mysterious Universe



The 16th century plan to weaponize cats and birds with rocket packs
Bizarre manual from the 1530's suggest using bomb-equipped felines and birds as offensive weaponry. —



On the Trail of Florida's Bigfoot - the Skunk Ape
A look at the Sunshine State's infamous version of Sasquatch. —



Stonehenge is like a sacred 'prehistoric glockenspiel', researchers claim
Archeo-acoustic expert contends that rocks chosen for Stonehenge were selected based on their ability to convey sounds. — The Independent


Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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