I just got back from a vacation to Jamaica. In the process of trying to find some dance hall reggae music on the web, I found Big Up Radio. It’s incomplete, but they’ve got a good broadcast channel on Shoutcast.
Feeling stressed out? Get your doctor to prescribe some Panexa. Federal law prohibits me from saying you’ll feel better. But you’ll feel better. Trust me.
I’m setting up a wireless network in my home. This is how Dan Bricklin did it. Clever boy, Dan. Lots of other good stuff on his site too.
Great maps. TopoZone – The Web’s Topographic Map
Chip Rowe wrote a cool book about zines, and he also maintains a big website about zines. Check out the recommendations page. There is some great stuff in there. There is a desert of abundance in the zine world; this will get you to the good stuff. Here’s how Rowe puts it in the beginning of his book:
Most zines suck. There’s no nice way to say it. The truism coined by Theodore Sturgeon applies: Ninety percent of everything is crap. Most people forget what Sturgeon said about the remaining 10 percent. He said it was worth dying for. I’m dying!
Amen. Me too.
If you visit the Blogger website, one of the things you see is a list of recently updated blogs. I like to check out a few from time to time; it’s almost always entertaining. More than that… it’s a dangerously seductive way to spend time. For instance, look at Headshotz.org. If you think that web culture is a white geekboy monoculture, this kind of thing will set you straight. It’s like everybody’s out there…