For the grumpy prescriptivists of the world, there is now an extension for Google Chrome that replaces the word “literally” with the word “figuratively” on the webpages you visit. (Though you’re fighting a losing battle, dear purists: The word’s more colloquial, emphatic sense — as in, “I’m literally going to kill the next person who comments on my use of the word ‘literally’ ” — was recently added to the Oxford English Dictionary.)
mosaics! just a few blocks away from our Downtown Library…
Photoset: Positively 4th Avenue. As seen in Ann Arbor.
Top set is untitled, by Barron Naegel and Yiu-Keung Lee. Placed in 2000.
Bottom set is called Mosaic, by Michael Hall. Placed in 2000.
Both can be found at the northwest corner of 4th Avenue and Washington.