serendipitious love

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  • For the most part, though, here you will find some old fashioned courtesy, some of the good things of life and, hopefully, a mix of the serendipitious, the eclectic and the amusing, along with the odd bit of trenchant comment and stern reproof.

    Blogging Along

  • See that's why I prefer to take a serendipitious approach.

    Saint Vs Slut: it hasn't gone away

  • Because I was using four terms and a phrase, my specificity enabled serendipitious discovery, of a substantive chunk of content.

    A reader’s delight

  • That sounds intuitive and obvious, but a major divergent branch in the political or social history of a virtual world or community is always one impulsive moment away, one possible event from happening, one serendipitious or tragic heartbeat distant from the world that comes into being.

    Pharaoh's Expectations

  • The other is serendipitious exposure to information that you disagree with or that you weren't looking for.

    Balkinization

  • This sort of sentimental rubbish makes me turn more and more to Clay Shirky's "Ontology is Overrated," about the kind of multiple-user-generated information that can be used to organize digital information in interesting and useful -- yes, even serendipitious -- ways.

    Same planet, different worlds

  • But I would also leave a couple days open for serendipitious encounters ...

    The Clog

  • Ms. Quinn claimed that the scheduling seemed serendipitious.

    The Reality Check

  • It could be a piece on building your collection, buying your books from pavements, Wheeler stalls, traffic signals or ordering them on the net; fanatic non-lenders who don't lend their books no matter what; lenders who are always passing on their books; rage at book vandals who scribble in ballpoint pen in the margins and underline lines they are particularly moved by; diarists; fetishes like only buying hard back; memories associated with inscriptions on the first page; the heady smell of old paper pockmarked with pinholes; serendipitious discoveries; the quirks of your local lending library, lifelong quests to source and own a whole series, say Granta or the Time Life series; first-edition fanatics; inheriting grandpa's collections and so on.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • In a serendipitious stroke of fate, I’ve already received leads and am following up already.

    Publishing Monday: the editing process | the blog of author, illustrator and designer Kris Waldherr

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  • The things that you discovery via serendipity are serendipitious.

    You find them serendipitiously.

    Like the words in the side bar. -->

    June 20, 2009