This is a blog I posted to practically daily for 9 months in 2004. I started it a few weeks after I turned 30. I didn’t continue it into 2005. It has languished quite neglected for many years, and has been seriously broken for about 4 years with hundreds of missing pages.
I have resurrected it, not because I intend to continue writing in it, but as a digital time capsule. I am also adding in some of my older websites including my first website I built in college. Not everything works exactly as it should, and there are lots of broken links–though I have linked to The Wayback Machine where possible.
I created this website as soon as NCSA Mosaic and the Netscape Beta web browsers added support for images. It included a site for one of my favorite bands at the time, The Mighty, Mighty Bosstones, and a site for my late-night radio show, The Boneyard. This site predates The Wayback Machine as do many of the sites to which I linked. I’ve been able to restore most of what was on my own site, but almost all of the external links are dead, and many were never captured by The Wayback Machine.
A Bay Area punk rock band that I saw many times in concert.
A snarky zine about pop culture that my friends and I published.