Simon St. Laurent is participating in an experimental weblog, based on imagining how weblog entries will be for a regional weblog fifty years in the future. They’re stories of possible futures. I’ve seen weblogs based in the past, but not … Continue reading
Congratulations to two people who have made my life a richer experience: Mark Woods and Joseph Duemer, both celebrating the seventh year of their sites.
From Farrell’s to amoebas to candy giveaways, always something happening in the neighborhood. Continue reading
This is the slow dissolving, long lasting stuff edition: Photography is dead. From Erwins Home: The essence of film-based photography is not only the fact that the mechanism of capturing an image and fixing it in a silver halide grain … Continue reading
Good stuff. Seth’s recent Guardian article on the YouTube/CNN debate is an excellent read. Brownie Points, Iâ€™m the girl who made your bus ride home smell of peaches. If you got closer, youâ€™d note I also smelled of strawberries. A … Continue reading
From Phil at gaping silence: Net life is a lot like real life: you meet people, you talk about things, you make friends, you fall out, you insult them in public, they refuse to speak to you, you realise youâ€™ve … Continue reading
Thanks to those who pointed out the Mark Morford writing, Please Never Find a Giant Squid: The human soul craves mystery. Hell yes it does [...] And what’s more, if we don’t get that nourishment, if we are somehow found … Continue reading