1 A wealthy, powerful person in business or industry.
2 A title applied by foreigners to the shogun of Japan in power between 1857 and 1868.

Mid 19th century from Japanese taikun ‘great lord’.


Bob never wanted to be a tycoon...any more than he wanted to be a raccoon.

“Timbral invention is the new normal, one of the key aspects of modern pop. Unimaginable sounds are unveiled every day. To those wishing that music sounded like the good old days, best to change the dial. But if novelty is your pleasure, you don’t need to hide. All you need to do is open your ears.”

-- from Switched on Pop (How Popular Music Works and Why It Matters) by Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding, page 135


I took a really nice pic of my cat, so I decided to do it as a portrait!

#mastoart #cats #portrait #gouache #painting

I wonder how old I was when I could no longer fit my entire fist in my mouth.

My library reopened their tech lab today. It is soooooooo nice. Every toy I could think of was there in some form. I'm looking forward to helping w the beginner programming classes and taking the sewing classes

I wonder if we'll get a bunny rabbit on the moon in my lifetime.

Pleased as punch comes from a 15th C English law which required people to ask permission before coldcocking each other. When somebody actually said yes, pleased as punch is how the asker felt. The opposite, miffed as terry, has fallen out of the vernacular probably due to nonalliterativeness

Perry pared the pair of pears with his pair of paring knives.

I wonder if we're at the point where I could build a segway with monster truck wheels and crush cars without tipping over

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A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.