Hints and Tips
Enter a descriptive sentence with at least two nouns.
Instead of 'he' or 'she,' use an actual name, ideally, someone who is currently
looking at the screen with you.
With most word categories, random images appear with each click of the Go button.
These images are intentionally unrelated in order to allow your mind to create
For Problem Solving:
Enter a brief description of your situation. Consider changing verbs and adjectives as much as nouns. You may
discover that thinking about a randomly displayed picture, along with your
changed situation, can evoke an excellent solution.
Select the Rhyme category. Words that rhyme with the one you have selected will be displayed.
To Create a Word or Name:
Brand new words or names will be crafted to replace the word you have selected.
Some will be quite silly, but some may be just what you're looking for.
Enter a phrase or sentence about food, perhaps a recipe, maybe a cooking idea.
Select a food noun from your sentence. Select the Food word category. Let the
results trigger your culinary imagination.
For All Uses:
Allow for poor grammar. You may need to be patient. Keep clicking Go until you
get a result you like. Changing a word here and there from time to time can be useful.
To Go Back:
If you want to revisit an earlier result, click the Log button.
You may find that the Compound Words category offers great food for thought in many situations.
Sometimes you only want a new word. There is no need to enter any text. You can just select a category and then start pressing Go.
Just play with Beyondosaurus and let your mind wander. You might also try the [PQ] button which brings you to the Power Questions. Answer the twelve questions as truthfully as you can, and expect great revelations!
While you may have great results right away, the more you play
with it, the more you'll understand how to make the most of Beyondosaurus.
Tell everyone about beyondosaurus.com - make links from your
blogs, websites, or emails. That's all we need to keep
this free forever, and forever growing with new features.
firstname.lastname@example.org if you find typos, bugs, or have suggestions. I'd also love
to hear about your successes that Beyondosaurus has inspired. - Jeff, programmer
You can check out the Results page for examples of Beyondosaurus outcomes.
Beyondosaurus was created and is maintained by Jeff Napier, email@example.com, copyright 2012.
Thesaurus service (synonyms and antonyms) provided by words.bighugelabs.com