Word of the Day
pluvial PLOO-vee-uhl (adjective) 1. of or pertaining to rain; rainy. 2. Geology. occurring through the action of rain. (noun) 1. Geology. a rainy period formerly regarded as coeval with a glacial age, but now recognized asepisodic and, in the tropics, as characteristic of interglacial ages. — www.dictionary.com
Website of the Day
Spring Countdown
Need a countdown to spring? This might help you get out of bed this morning.
Number to Know
1873: On this date in 1873, E. Remington and Sons in Ilion, N.Y., began production of the first practical typewriter.
This Day in History
March 1, 1790: The first U.S. census is authorized.
Today’s Featured Birthday
Director Ron Howard (60)
Daily Quote
“It is like the seed put in the soil — the more one sows, the greater the harvest.” — Orison Swett Marden