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Diceware lists & docs (3.4MB ZIP)

> Diceware™ is a method for picking passphrases that uses dice to select words at random from a special list called the Diceware Word List. Each word in the list is preceded by a five digit number. All the digits are between one and six, allowing you to use the outcomes of five dice rolls to select a word from the list.

> Here is a short excerpt from the Diceware word list:

16655 clause

16656 claw

16661 clay

16662 clean

16663 clear

16664 cleat

16665 cleft

16666 clerk

21111 cliche

21112 click

21113 cliff

21114 climb

21115 clime

21116 cling

21121 clink

21122 clint

21123 clio

21124 clip

21125 clive

21126 cloak

21131 clock

Most published under open licenses, some in the public domain.

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photo: Stacy Hardy

From the Fleuron site:

> Fleuron is a database of eighteenth-century printers' ornaments. Eighteenth-century books were highly decorated and decorative. Their pages were adorned with ornaments that ranged from small floral embellishments to large and intricate head- and tailpieces, depicting all manner of people, places, and things. Fleuron includes ornaments cut by hand in blocks of wood or metal, as well as cast ornaments, engravings, and fleurons (ornamental typography).

VVork Blog Complete Scrape (694MB ZIP)

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Production still from "Silent Film of a Tree Falling in the Forest" (2005) by Mungo Thomson.

JSTOR metadata 2014 (3GB SQL dump; 364MB RAR)

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