I was leafing through a copy of Opera-Opera (doesn't everyone?) and noticed that amongst their other features they had an Opera of the Month. What a brilliant concept! Maybe I should have an Opera of the Month on this website too. As a matter of fact, the month wouldn't be the same without an Opera of the Month, though I'm a little worried having an Opera of the Month would take up too much of my time. Maybe I should have a Month of Opera instead? What does everyone think? I could start off with ancient Greek opera and progress through until I've reached German expressionist opera and then stop.
Then again, if I had a Month of Opera, it could get in the way of another planned feature of mine, my Word of the Week. Word of the Week would be just like Word of the Day only weekly, and I think it would slot in quite nicely with another plan I have for this website, to have a Quote for the Fortnight. Then again, maybe that's a bit confusing, and I should just have a Quote for the Fortnight of the Day, or maybe a Day of Quotes of the Fortnight. Hmmm. Have to think about that one a little bit more.
I'm also planning a feature for this website called the Biweekly Annual Month of the Hour, which would be featured every afternoon at the crack of dawn. I'm not sure what my first Biweekly Annual Month of the Hour would be yet, but I'm sure we'll work out something when it comes to it. The way I see it, the Biweekly Annual Month of the Hour would complement nicely an ongoing feature on this website, the Quantum Mechanical Particle of the Nanosecond (at the moment, it's leptons!)
So basically, I've got it all planned out except for mere details, which I'll get to later. In the meantime, I wish you a happy hour of the day, and day of the hour, whatever day of the day of the hour that happens to be.
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