wordles: Application for a Wordle - 06/21/12 03:54 AM
Application for a Wordle Wednesday's diary notes remind me that my Wordle for the group "Wednesday Wordles" is due. Somehow it is Thursday again.

In my playing with Worle creation on wordle.net I have been brainstorming possible uses for Wordles. Cards, both business and greeting, posters, book covers and reports etc came to mind earlier. I am sure that you can think of others as well.
My involvement in button making predates my move to the US six years go, although my supplies always came from here. In Sandy Utah I am known as the Badge and Button Man. This … (6 comments)

wordles: The things you learn on ActiveRain... - 04/14/12 10:28 AM

The things you learn on ActiveRain I try many things suggested by ActiveRain members, and I learn lots (considering the BC after my name stands for "before computers").
When it comes to Gary Coles' suggestions, I try all his ideas. He got me to play with WORDLES.
My first attempts were somewhat pathetic, but in an odd way, rather intriguing. OK, time to read the rules. Made a world of difference - now I was in control.
Not only do I like the effect, but I rather marvel at the variety available to me. Not all that much to learn, … (11 comments)

wordles: Using what I learned on ActiveRain - 02/04/12 06:23 AM

Using what I learned on ActiveRain Recently Gary Coles generously wrote tutorials as ActiveRain posts on the use of Wordles. (Check it out here, mate). His writings and examples inspired me to look further. Comments on Gary's post were varied( from can see some benefit to what use are they?). If it's recommended by Gary, I always look.
Wordles may have been invented as a toy but it has surprising power and versatility. It rearranges input into an artform, Uncontrolled … (8 comments)