Scoreless Tie

Monday, May 30, 2005

Like MP3's?

I've been finding mp3 blog aggregator by typing mp3 blog into google, but this evening I went a little farther and found some more links, including this great mefi mp3 blog thread and this monkeyfilter mp3 link collection. Screw the RIAA, listen to indy.

Thursday, May 26, 2005
I really wish I had time to write something. By the time I can sit down to write here, I won't be able to get anything to transfer from my brain to my fingers. publisher of HijackThis.

Tuesday, May 24, 2005
Montco Library links don't work. The google satellite images on Xanga suck. So here's something for your viewing pleasure.

Friday, May 13, 2005
More weirdness & better links riffing on last Saturday's post. Gods of Death at Amazon. In Hitler's Shadow at Chester County Library. Erik Larson's The Devil in the White City at ccls. Jane Hamsher's Killer Instinct using ISBN search in the Montco system.

how did i get...?

This pre-9/11 review of Pat Buchanan's A Republic, Not an Empire seems a little silly now. Maybe the whole book does. Hit the back button, and I'm looking at another 1999 complaint about Buchanan's book. Back once more, and it's another Slate review of a conservative history book, Thomas Woods' The politically incorrect guide to American history . Back once more, into the fray (pun intended) and Slate is telling me that Honest Abe wasn't really gay. Twice. (Or maybe he was really gay in that last one.) All from a google desktop search for some e-book info on my hard drive. gds can be absolutely miraculous early in the morning.

Saturday, May 07, 2005

In a Blogging State of Mind

Based on the way I'm feeling right now, I could blog all day about all the interesting stuff I'm finding and thinking. And I haven't even had a cup of coffee yet. I will probably have to break this up into multiple entries & it still won't make any sense. Ain't stream of consciousness great?

Well, the coffee is heating up, so let's get going. The other night, while I was watching the Celtics-Pacers wacky game 6, I posted on my Xanga how I used to write so much more. I doubt I can make up for a year & a half of neglect in one Saturday morning, but I can try. Of course, I've also promised to take Dogboy to Borders and I want to go to the library to pick up The Devil in the White City, the story of H.H. Holmes, one of America's most prolific serial killers. Speaking of killers, I also came across Jane Hamsher's blog. She is the producer of Natural Born Killers. (See, she's even got her own listing on the Montgomery County Library & Information and Network Consortium. I bet when Jane was a little girl, she always dreamed of having her own entry in a consortium database. ("And, it's a shanty." Peter Griffin)(BTW, I tivo'd the new episode of Family Guy on my home-made tivo (it's not really a tivo, but an AMD 2800 PC with an ATI TV tuner/out video card in an Antec Overture case - you know, I could link all this stuff, but it's too much like work. I'll put a pic of the computer/tv setup on redwolf7782's Xanga Site. Also, Jane's book is in Norristown. Normally, I would stop on my way home, but I may just have to have it shipped to Horsham.

Ain't brownies and coffee just about the best breakfast ever?