In February 2000, I was blogging about
- The 1995 Walter Sorrels hypertext story “The Heist“
- The “Instant Muse Poetry Generator“
- A London Metropolitan police raid on a Kurdish community theater group rehearsing a Harold Pinter play about the persecution of Kurds
- The number of active weblogs increasing from 50 to 500 in the past year
In that month, my entry on the EatonWeb directory of weblogs read as follows:
More Adventures in Suburban Adulting
Why We’ll Never Live in Space
It's such a privilege to introduce these young people to Shakespeare's body of work.
The Cosmic Brownie fairy has visited my office. Is “brownie fairy” redundant? Thank you an...
Henry Bemis waited his whole life to finally read a book. Listen to Lynn Venable’s story,...
The chief engineer does not know where the floating lamps are coming from, but he looks gr...