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Photo diaries from travels around our humble globe are still being posted; the unemployment diary has been downsized as i am now employed! I hope to post stuff to keep you distracted from your respective employment.

Thursday, July 28, 2005


I just had to brag about gettingt to the end of the chemical brothers game. the message at the end "This planets is saves now. Let dancings begin!!"

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

GALVANIZE!


I haven't defended the world through breakdancing since Micheal Jackson's Moonwalker. But here is a slightly more tounge in cheek fun game by the Chemical Brothers called GALVANIZE. Good fun.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005


The Dumbest rules in sports? You can't help but disagree with some of them, but most are fine improvements!

PAYOLA


Your radio is broke.

PAYOLA is in the headlines again, and this time it's SONY caught paying off radio stations to play their flacid hits. I'm hoping internet radio and podcasting will help bring an end to this and a start to the quality of music we hear on college and pirate radio stations (which, to my suprise, play very little "Yo-ho-ho" music.)

Anyhow, check out this EXCELLENT article by SALON that first educated me to the ins and outs of pay-for-play on the radio.

It begins...
"Does radio seem bad these days? Do all the hits sound the same, all the stars seem like cookie cutouts of one another?

It's because they do, and they are.

Why? Listeners may not realize it, but radio today is largely bought by the record companies. Most rock and Top 40 stations get paid to play the songs they spin by the companies that manufacture the records.

But it's not payola -- exactly. Here's how it works...."

(((CONTINUED)))

If you think PAYOLA doesn't affect indie stations.... think again...

Hey there... haven't had much to say lately, so here's another link to the fabulous POSTSECRET - the anonymous place people send postcards with their secret on it.

Thursday, July 21, 2005


So long Mr Scott! And in the words of one clever farker "I'll bet the funeral is completed in about a quarter of the originally allotted time!"

Friday, July 08, 2005


Rule 178: When volunteering to "help out" at the church picnic, be sure to ask what job they have in mind for you. You may find you are doing something humiliating.

Thursday, July 07, 2005


You can tell who the advanced beach campers are.... they always have the best snacks.

Killbear Park - Picture courtesy of Jonathan Thomas

Ah the yellow submarine hits the killbear waters again!!

Welcome back to wood week here at TheArchies. Got $1000 US lying around you don't know what to do with? Enjoy the sound that wood makes resonating in your ears? Then this is the perfect companion to your woodpod.

Tuesday, July 05, 2005


Man, since the internet, I learned that there are people out there who make it their personal quest to do stuff just to do it. With that in mind: The Wood-Pod.