This is a pretty fantastic post.
A blog about stuff that I never get around to blogging about.
This is a pretty fantastic post.
Great magazine, which I found out about fromDusted.
Via my improv partner, Shana Merlin, whose blog has something going on with such that I can't permalink to her entries. At any rate she spied, in the second paragraph, mention of the improv we're going to be doing at the Blanton tonight.
This dingaling tried to add me today. Can you tell I am not blogging much today? Also, I love how this 'conservative' has lots of chicks of barely legal age in his top 8. Proves he's virile or somesuch.
Why in the world did I bookmark a performance art hula-hoop ensemble? Oh, wait. Because hula-hoops are awesome....
Some more links. A woman named Tara Rodgers, who's a composer and musician. She's got some mp3s available on her site which are worth checking out. Also on her site is a link to website she runs, which is how I found out about her. It's called Pinknoise and it's dedicated to women in the experimental music and compositional world, a field perceived by many to be a masculine world. Maybe I found out about it from the webby award it won? Anyway, check it and her out.
I'm getting rid of every single saved bookmark I have. I'm just going to let the fine folks over at del.icio.us and their corporate overlords at Yahoo! keep track of them for me. Besides, my links were filled with random stuff that I'm not even sure why I bookmarked in the first place, like this site, the work of a designer apparently named Joe Stewart. Can anyone tell me how why I had this site bookmarked?
The Sound of Young America: Strangers with Candy trailer...
when a day after you blog a picture of your wife, you find out that your friend, a male friend but one who is a woman inside Second Life, has added a giant billboard image of her inside SL's cyber landscape.
KUT Public Arts : The MySpace Phenomenon (2006-04-27)
Since I mentioned her in the last post, perhaps people would like to see her. I took this photo in a state park in Gerogia last month. Lacey's camera makes even me a decent photographer. We went there to see her family. In this same park Emmett disturbed NASCAR great Bill Elliot while he was making some kind of advertisement.
Austinist: Salvage Vanguard Opens New Theatre Space
Austinist: Jane Jacobs, 1916-2006
So, if you're like me, you have a MySpace page. Chances are decent that when you first got it, you didn't realize that lameass bands would be pelting you with friend requests left and right. Maybe you even said, okay, I'll be your friend, lonely rockers from Norman, Oklahoma. Now, most of the bands I've added I know or like, and mostly I've been the one to seek them out for friend adds, but I'm thinking of thinning the ranks of the bands on my list.
My man Braden is all bloggin' it up, blogspot style. I'm guessing he's going to post comics over here at the Tales of the S.S. Rocketchair, but I'm not sure. He has good comics up over at LazerCanyon, so I'm not sure what Rocketchair is going to consist of. I just want people to be able to see CobblerDog somewhere. Come on Braden, put it up on YouTube and I'll embed it all over the place. CobblerDog!
From the blogroll over at The Sound of Young America blog, I've found this pretty cool blog, BibliOdyssey, which seems to be dedicated exclusively to really awesome book illustration. Which means there's a lot of medieval and rennaissance-era illuminated manuscripts, fencing manuals, things like that. Very nice.
Hey 3 people who ever look at this blog. You know Achewood, right? Well, here's the beginning link of the greatest story ever told. 3 men, 3 days....
Okay, so Jesse Thorn over at The Sound of Young America was making fun of me the other day because I never update this blog.
Chewbacca's got a blog. Behold the grandeur: